Taking a look through the artwork and career of Trevor von Eeden, a comics art legend seldom given credit where it is sorely due
Writer and critic Justin Harrison discusses the extensive and self-referential history of long-running Japanese scifi series Gundam
Unpacking the similarities between Netflix's The Witcher and Mike Mignola's Hellboy
Diving into why Giffen and DeMatties Justice League International is the lightness comic fans are deserving in these dark times.
Critic Hagai Palevsky talks both the 1976 and 2007 iterations of Omega the Unknown and finding one's self within an otherwise untethered world.
When it comes to Star Wars storytelling across comics, few can contest with the artwork of Cam Kennedy
The real key to compelling action in James Cameron's Aliens and Titanic? Empathy.
Tiffany Babb discusses the 1948 film The Bishop's Wife and the rare avenue it gave to passion outside of the responsibilities of marriage.
What makes a movie a success? What makes a movie a cult movie? Keith Roysdon unpacks why Buckaroo Banzai fits both bills.
It's undeniable that holiday in lockdown have brought out the Clark Griswold in us...but that may not be a bad thing!
Batman has been a staple of Christmas comics since his conception in the 1940s. But why does the character lend himself so well to the holiday season?
Sean Dillon discusses the reason for the season behind many Christmas stories: capitalist greed!
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