Per Matt Throughout the years, different types of heroes have emerged. Those of the 1930s were vastly different from those of the early ’80s, the ’90s and even today. Superheroes reveal the story of America, so, what exactly does the… Continue Reading →
Keeper of the Tesseract and burdened with glorious purpose, I am Joe Wiewiora, of Orlando, FL. Writer, reader, artist, cinephile — I hope to share my love of comics and comic book movies with my fellow aficionados.
Zombie. What does that mean to you? Does the concept of the dead returning still scare you, or have you become desensitized? Are Zombies now in the same category you might find the Creature From the Black Lagoon, Dracula and… Continue Reading →
We are living in a Golden Age of the Superhero, especially on television. Superheroes are the hottest commodity in pop culture, in both film and TV, as well as the “mainstream” commercial spheres of things like clothing, school supplies, cosplay… Continue Reading →
Creators, makers and performers will unite this weekend to promote the continuation of literacy at Nashville’s popular-arts conference, Hypericon. Taking place at the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel from June 17-19, this multi-genre event has something in store for all fandoms.
You may recognize Greg Nicotero as one of the creative minds behind AMC’s The Walking Dead, but you may not know that his special-effects studio, the KNB EFX Group, has been the go-to company of many top-notch directors for more… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Recognized as one of the best in the superhero and Zombie realms, it may be shocking to reveal that Michael Golden is not a big fan of either comic-book genre. At Wizard World Comic Con Nashville, we spoke… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Jerome Opena is a big fan of Zombies. His artwork has covered many comic-book titles, most notably on both The Walking Dead, as well as Marvel Zombies. At Wizard World Comic Con Nashville, we spoke with him about… Continue Reading →