So the second Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer just dropped, and, like any self-respecting comics geek, I’ve watched and rewatched this thing about a half a dozen times now, trying to decode what the final movie is going to be like from three minutes of mostly new footage. Here are my predictions.
At 49, I’m now officially older than most of my childhood heroes. That can’t help but be a little depressing. But am I handling it any better than they are?
I’ve been reading a lot about Richard Donner today. Even though he was 91, the news of his death this afternoon was still a blow. Superman the Movie is an …
This theory has been floating around for six years now, and it doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. Namely, that Batman kills the Joker at the end of The Killing Joke.
Once again, we’re in the first week of August, aka Munch Week, a time when a young man’s fancy turns to thoughts of Homicide and SVU’s John Munch. And, in honor of Richard Belzer’s 75th Birthday today, I thought it’d be fun to cast the Munch Ex-Wives we’ve never seen.
Stan Lee’s legacy is too great for just one person to sum up, so I asked some prominent fans and professionals to share their recollections of Stan.
I see it more and more often these days: People complaining about politics in a creator’s stories. Usually, they’re offended because the creator’s politics don’t align with their own, but sometimes, they’re offended because there’s politics in there at all. It’s a dumb argument, because politics have always been a part of superhero comics.