The “Big Two” of US comics publishing are coming at the web comics market from very different angles. Continue reading DC and Marvel have both teamed up with WEBTOON – but which creative partnership will succeed?
From playing a central role to not appearing at all, here’s how Tom Holland’s predecessors might factor into Spider-Man’s upcoming MCU outing. Continue reading Spider-Man: No Way Home – Five ways Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield could appear in the movie
An undeniably entertaining way to kill a couple of hours that fails to meaningfully raise the bar for future Marvel Studios’ films. Continue reading Review: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a solid MCU outing that doesn’t reinvent the Marvel formula
A pointed comment on superhero comics’ cyclical shortcomings that ultimately rises above them. Continue reading How Grant Morrison’s New X-Men called out (and then broke free of) superhero comics’ storytelling limits
Marvel Studios’ latest Disney+ series is a perfect example of why making fans wait can be a very good thing. Continue reading Loki is further proof that the weekly release model remains just as viable in the binge TV era
This primer will get you up to speed on the Eternals ahead of their big screen debut in November. Continue reading “When gods walk the earth!” – Who are the Eternals (and which comics should you read before their movie comes out)?
Celebrate this momentous mini-series’ 25th anniversary with these interesting factoids. Continue reading “The showdown of the century!” – Five fun facts about the 1996 DC versus Marvel crossover
Updating superhero costumes isn’t as simple as just removing their outer underwear. Continue reading A brief defence of classic comics costume design – Why removing superheroes’ trunks creates a new problem (and how to fix it)
Why Cap has continued to connect with new readers for eight decades and counting. Continue reading How Captain America evolved beyond wartime propaganda and became who we needed him to be