What Superheroes Looked Like in 2015

Hint: It’s not what you’re used to.

Sexual Harassment and the Toxic Culture of Comics

Stop accepting sexual assault as just part of the “culture.”

Why Did DC and Marvel Change The Ethnicity Of Their Characters?

Examples of such changes include the comic Green Lantern, John Stewart and the recent change to Johnny Storm with Michael B. Jordan in 20th Century Fox’s latest release in Fantastic Four (2015).

Who is Jessica Jones?

Seriously. A valid question.

Meet Doc Savage, the Most Famous Superhero You’ve Never Heard Of

Learn how this important and influential superhero came to be forgotten.

What You Say to Someone With Chronic Pain and What They Hear

You don’t look sick.

A Force for Good: The Powerful Partnership Between Mental Health and Pop Culture

New York Comic Con Panelists discuss how mental health and pop culture can partner for good.

Comics For Anyone Struggling To Explain What It Means To Be Queer

We may be growing in visibility, but it doesn’t mean we don’t sometimes feel alone.

Wizard World Comic Con is a One of A Kind Experience

Popular comic convention returns to Sacramento June 19-21.

The Real Reason Superheroes Should Come In All Sizes

Reworked images by Bulimia.com prove there really isn’t any reason that all heroes have to have the same body.

The Strongest There Is

Cabot O’Callaghan sees the toxic masculinity in his favorite comic book character.

Marvel to Offer FREE COMIC BOOK DAY Spanish Language Translations This May!

“Dia De Comic Gratis,” Sat. May 2nd. Spanish-language readers will be able to pick Secret Wars #0, All-New, All-Different Avengers FCBD, and Uncanny Inhumans FCBD

New POWERS behind-the-scenes video!

Coming soon! The launch of Marvel Comics Writer Brian Michael Bendis & Artist Michael Avon Oeming Eisner Award winning passion project POWERS!


Alex Yarde shares an epic trailer for GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY & X-MEN: THE BLACK VORTEX ALPHA #1 in stores this week!

Yowie, “Yaoi”! Male Fetishization In American Comics And Manga

To read Massive isn’t to discover a hidden truth, but to see a massive, obvious fact, bulging out for the world to see.

These Marvel Anti-Bullying Variant Covers Will Hit You Right In The Feels

Ian Carlos Crawford of Buzzfeed shares Marvel’s comic book covers about fighting bullying.