Is TEEN TITANS: GO really so bad? Grab your pitchforks, we're going in!
While it does still have its flaws as a whole, the writing in this issue of CIVIL WAR II makes it the best in the series so far, setting the stage for the upcoming physical battle between both sides that we have all been waiting for.
When JK Rowling revealed that Dumbledore was gay, she gained both a lot of praise and criticism for including a gay character, but also doing it in a way that seems like a cop out. Here we examine the issue of Dumbledore's queerbaiting and whether or not Dumbledore's queer identity really counts as LGBT+ representation.
RED VS BLUE is a funny, engaging web series that's been going fourteen seasons strong. But while it started as a pure comedy, the show has since evolved into a more fleshed-out action comedy. How did it manage to switch genres so seamlessly?
Let's take a look at Asian representation in HARRY POTTER! Continuing our series on the cultural aspects of the series, check out this close analysis of Cho Chang's character and role in the story.
We met up with illustrator Kurt Lehner at Wizard World Philadelphia 2016. He spoke with us about the beginnings of his career as an illustrator and animator. We also talked to his son Kristian Lehner about his artwork.
CAPTAIN AMERICA: STEVE ROGERS #3 puts the series in a good place. It's intriguing, has some fun action pieces, and is genuinely fun. However, some uneven artwork and awkward pacing issues hold it back from being great.
SPIDER-MAN AND DEADPOOL #6 delivers cutting (and frankly much needed) political commentary as we take a look back at the turbulent 1960's. The art by Scott Koblish is amazing and shows his versatility as a penciler.
John Constantine has been around for over 30 years, and in that time he has put other lives in jeopardy. In THE HELLBLAZER: Rebirth #1, John gambles the lives of 8 million people in London! Check out our analysis of this issue as we determine whether John would have actually allowed the people of London to die.
Steve Geiger has had an amazing career as an illustrator and art director. At Wizard World Philadelphia, we were able to have a chat with Geiger. with over twenty years in the comic book business, he had a lot to share with us.
Let's take a critical look at the popular anime series, FOOD WARS! For once, the abundant fanservice might be the least objectionable part of an anime. The second season brings back the show's intense plot, gorgeous animation, and delicious food porn. Unfortunately, that comes with a side of sexism that can't be ignored.
We had the chance to sit down with the notorious Howard Chaykin at Wizard World Philadelphia 2016. He shared with us some of his past work as well as his style in writing characters. Also, he gave us some information on his newest comic book series MIDNIGHT OF THE SOUL.