Matthew Berg-Johnsen

Matthew Berg-Johnsen is a college student studying Business Economics who also aspires to be a creative writer. During his free time he likes to develop his story ideas into full length narratives. While he can't draw to save his life, Matthew still seeks to make said narratives into comics. If you have any questions (or criticisms) for him, you can either leave a comment below his articles.

MAGAZINE CONTENT BY MATTHEW BERG-JOHNSEN (13 TOTAL)

chucksdcc10The SDCC Experience: Interview with Mile High Comics’s Chuck Rozanski

Chuck Rozanski (pictured on the featured image on Sequart’s main page) is the owner of Mile High Comics who attends San Diego Comic Con as a vendor (along with other conventions). You can view Mile… [more]

Sean HaworthInterview with Production Designer Sean Haworth

At San Diego Comic Con 2016, Sean Haworth appeared on the panel, “The Production Designer; Architect of Imagination.” His work includes movies such as Deadpool and Ender’s Game. You can view his website here. WARNING:… [more]

Suzuki IngerslevInterview with Production Designer Suzuki Ingerslev

At San Diego Comic Con 2016, Suzuki Ingerslev appeared on the panel, “The Production Designer; Architect of Imagination.” Her work includes television shows such as Colony, Hand of God, and True Blood (pictures from the… [more]

Dave BlassInterview with Production Designer Dave Blass

At San Diego Comic Con 2016, Dave Blass appeared on the panel, “The Production Designer; Architect of Imagination.” His work includes television shows such as Preacher and Constantine. You can view his website here. What… [more]

ishopThe Influence of Consumerism on Geek Culture

For many, the return of Star Wars (and a good one at that) to the big screen could be likened to the second coming of Christ. The franchise is a cultural phenomenon celebrated around the… [more]

adventure-time-screensaver_1Adventure Time: Losing Momentum

Warning: Spoilers for the latest Adventure Time miniseries, Stakes, as well as plot elements from older seasons below. Recently, I had just finished watching Adventure Time’s eight-part miniseries, Stakes, and needless to say, I enjoyed… [more]

spectre-logo-revealSpectre: Losing to the Times

I didn’t come in with high expectations for this film, which might be an odd thing to say considering that I really enjoyed Skyfall. You know Skyfall is a good film when it turns into… [more]

LogoWe Bare Bears: A Charming Series With Potential

Over the last few years Cartoon Network has seen an astounding resurgence (in terms of quality at the very least). Greenlighting cartoons such as Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Steven Universe, the network has near… [more]

The_Legend_of_Korra_opening_logoThe Legend of Korra: An Interview with Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino

Coincidentally coinciding with the 10th Anniversary of Avatar: The Last Airbender, Gallery Nucleus held a Legend of Korra/Avatar: The Last Airbender Tribute Exhibition containing the art of fans selected by Gallery Nucleus as well as… [more]

Adventure_Time Link ImageUnderstanding Adventure Time’s Worldwide Adoration

In the modern iteration of pop culture, there are few television shows that have been as impactful as Adventure Time, and it is certainly not hard to see why. Whether it be nostalgia for a… [more]

dfInterstellar and the Question of Sci-Fi Plausibility

Warning: Mild spoilers of Interstellar are discussed in this article. The spoilers do not give any description of what actually occurs, but if you want to avoid even the vaguest of descriptions, then avoid this… [more]

Nickelodeon LogoNickelodeon’s Business Strategies are Threatening Its Future

As of late, a new trend is forming within the children’s cartoon industry. The industry is seeing more creatively liberal cartoons that contain darker undertones and flawed (yet likable or understandable) characters rarely (if ever)… [more]

Enemy at the GatesRising Tensions: Legend of Korra: Book 4 “Enemy at the Gates” Review

Warning: Episode Spoilers Ahead. If you are not caught up on the Legend of Korra, it is highly recommended that you avoid reading this review. Another week, another great episode of the Legend of Korra!… [more]

STATISTICS FOR MATTHEW BERG-JOHNSEN

Total Words for All Magazine Content: 20,416