"each characters own unique way." It should be character's because it's possessive.
"The DART Bard is extremely well written, comical, and most importantly, gives you the news going on in DART." This bothers me because it violates the principle of parallelism. For instance, the sentence "I like pigs, dogs, and cats" exhibits parallelism because each item in the list is the same type of grammatical construct, whereas "I like pigs, dogs, and petting cats" does not because petting cats isn't a noun like the other items in the list. In your sentence, the items in the list are "well written, comical, and gives you the news". The first two are adjectives, but the last item is a clause. However, I'm not sure if it actually needs rewriting because the way you broke it up with "and most importantly" disguises the lack of parallelism. While it's technically incorrect, most people probably won't notice.
Hey, the "Editor of the DART Bard" isn't just a joke title. I really do have to edit it.