Can a show with a diverse cast still be racist? A look into CW'S THE 100 and the problems it has.
Is HARRY POTTER a post-feminist world? Do women face the same sexism in the books as they do in real life? Let's take a look at three characters and instances that might shed some light on these questions.
ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK doesn't label their bisexual and pansexual characters. Is it intentional or are they just scared?
Truth is stranger than fiction—THE CONJURING 2 takes that principle to the bank and recreates the horror of the Enfield Poltergeist. The similarities to this real life phenomenon help turn an already terrifying movie to one laden with real events that show you why you should fear the unknown.
Sci-fi is dominated by dystopia, but STAR TREK believes in humanity. TREK is never afraid to examine itself in order to reaffirm the show's themes.
The post-Rebirth TITANS series officially launches in this first issue. However, the plot stalls out a bit compared to the initial one-shot.
SPIDER-GWEN'S latest story-arc marches on in the tenth issue of the series, where creative team of Jason Latour and Robbi Rodriguez introduce another classic character into the Earth-65 universe.
Director Ray Yeung discusses with us his new film FRONT COVER, representation in media, and using classic storytelling structures to create a gay romance.
What does Netflix's new series, STRANGER THINGS and Stephen King have in common? A lot, actually. Here we will discuss the top five thematic similarities between the high-lord of horror, Stephen King and the new Netflix hit, STRANGER THINGS.
ANAD AVENGERS is fun and satisfying for what it is as a final issue. However, with decent artwork, a passable but intervening B-plot and relatively little character development save for Nova, I can't really call it flat-out amazing.
JK Rowling might not have created the perfect world, but she did give her readers the opportunity to fix it; a look at how JK changed fanfiction culture.
What Is It? is a new children's book written by Nicole Hoang with art by Dustin Nguyen. Is this husband and wife team's effort a book your child will love? Read our review to find out!