Bleeding Cool reported on an article in The Guardian this weekend and took Neal Adams' thoughts on Frank Miller out of context. This is a problem, and not one...
Tag - Editorial
Dana Scully: doctor, special agent, fashion icon. A list of Dana Scully's biggest and most thrilling style risks from season one of The X-Files, Scully's prime...
Are There Too Many Spiders in the Marvel Universe? An almost 3,000-word editorial answering this very question.
Marvel has announced a "Fresh Start" for their comics, marking their eighth relaunch in six years. This is the point where we might need to hold an...
There are so many factors that contributed to the debacle that it's difficult to touch on every single one. So let's try to break down the most annoying...
Comics haven't had the easiest time being accepted as "real" art. There are exceptions but comics are yet to occupy the same space as movies and books.
Superman has pissed off the red-faced conservatives at Fox News and Breitbart for saving undocumented immigrants. ...Have these guys read a Superman comic?
Batman film director Matt Reeves made some comments this week that got the 'net into spreading rumors. Now he has to clarify things.
An alt right thug noted for a violent criminal history is starring in his own comic book. This is a TERRIBLE idea for a comic.
What happens when you give a sassy, loud-mouthed, southern cosplayer complete autonomy over her own video series? You get Angry On The Internet, Word of the...
Gabby Rivera, a queer Latina, has been hired to write the America Chavez series for Marvel, showcasing the beauty that is diversity in comics.
A war has broken out between cosplayers and Florida's Elite Con. Is it just? Or perhaps is it brash? Here's my take on it; and you might not like it.
Word of the Nerd discusses reading challenges and how they can enhance and improve your reading as we start the new year.
What makes Rogue One: A Star Wars story different and in just about every aspect, one of the best Star Wars movies to date?
A look into the many race changes for various comic book heroes and why the argument against such changes is something we'd expect from a super villain.
Trigger warnings have been a fairly prevalent topic of discussion lately, and it seems that no one is neutral on the topic.