Comics and cartoons have always been used as reflections of the real world. Marvel Comics’ hero, Captain America, took on Nazis during the Golden Age. The plight of the X-Men is a parody of the struggles against oppression and discrimination…. Continue Reading →
I binged Amazon Prime’s newest series, The Tick, last night and, as a long-time fan of the nigh-invulnerable hero, I have to say that I was thoroughly impressed.
When you think of the typical comic book reader, you probably imagine young white males. Many of comic books’ greatest creative minds have demographically been white men, as well. Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Frank Miller and Alan Moore are all… Continue Reading →
For a complete version of this article with photos, see TV Superheroes — Marvel vs DC: The Whole Story. Superheroes are the hottest commodity in pop culture. The current state of live broadcast television projects has eight Marvel and DC… Continue Reading →
Back in my formative years, if you wanted to see the newest-released movies outside of the theater, you had to travel down to the local video shop.
Per Ralph The Marvel Universe is a broad canvas, upon which the vast Marvel cast of heroes and villains have adventured for the last 75 years.