Sean Mullins–Technology Columnist/Graphics Editor

Sean Mullins
Technology Columnist/Blogger


This is Sean’s third year on the ECHO, having contributed to the site during journalism class in his sophomore year and becoming a columnist and blogger in his junior year. Sean writes Electric Retrospective, a column dedicated to gaming editorials and reviews, as well as a blog also titled Electric Retrospective that posts news stories and reviews every Tuesday.



2017 Honorable Mention Rating—Broadcast News Feature–“Students discuss holiday choices”–MIPA

2017 Honorable Mention Rating—Broadcast Feature–“Students discuss holiday choices”–JournalismSTL


Electric Retrospective Columns

Electric Retrospective- 6 fighters join ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’

Electric Retrospective- Review: ‘Pokemon Let’s Go!’ lets itself go

Electric Retrospective- Telltale to tell no more tales

Electric Retrospective- Review: ‘Octo Expansion’ gives refreshing spin on DLC

Electric Retrospective- Switching Gears: The Nintendo Switch’s First Year

Electric Retrospective- Review: ‘Scribblenauts Showdown’ punctuates lack of creativity

Electric Retrospective- Review: ‘Animal Crossing Pocket Camp’ fumbles mobile transition

Electric Retrospective- Mega Man returns for 30th anniversary

Electric Retrospective- Review: Hats off to ‘Super Mario Odyssey’

Electric Retrospective – Playtime’s Over: The Rise and Fall of Toys to Life

Electric Retrospective – Review: ‘Sonic Mania’ shows fans’ dedication

Electric Retrospective: Wii Will Miss U– Reflections on Nintendo’s Wii U

Review: Pokemon ‘Sun’ and ‘Moon’ are next evolution for series


Film Reviews and Editorials

Review: ‘Isle of Dogs’ showcases bond between humans, pets

Opinion: Films need photosensitivity warnings

Review: ‘Happytime Murders’ wastes concept and talent


Other Works

STUCO vice president nominated for Eagle

ECHO’s Voices of Webster May 17, 2017

Student Council representatives attend state convention

Math Club looks to add more members

Athletes honored at Jan. 20, winter sports assembly

SSD welcomes new members

Students discuss holiday choices