Traveling comic convention comes to Sacramento for first time March 7-9.
Orion Martin explains that while the X-Men were discriminated against because they were mutants, they were still straight, cis-, able-bodied white guys.
The following is a first person editorial, in response a piece for The Atlantic by Chris Yogerst, where he said…
Lodro Rinzler reflects on the death of Spider Man and what it might mean for those who follow heroes.
Steve Murray has two sons. And he has all the normal hopes and fears of any father. Plus a few extra.
JJ Vincent knows that when he runs into a pop-icon he truly admires, he will end up being totally un-cool. And he’s cool with that.
Bill Watterson, creator of Calvin & Hobbes, offers men some of the most important advice about life you’ll ever hear, made into a comic by Zen Pencils.
Savas Abadsidis and Randy Ham (with a little help from Wonder Woman writer/artist Phil Jimenez) chat about the current Wonder Woman and what makes her different than the Wonder Woman we’ve all come to know and love.
A modern, urban take on the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle classic, the book posits an intern and former military medic drafted into a helping a possibly delusional self-trained detective and “stealth procurer” named after the iconic detective, all set in the mean streets of Harlem.
Put on your cape n’ tights and plunge into the 50 Greatest Superhero–and Villain–Names of All Time, by Samuel Sattin.
In lieu of a present, Mike Reynolds offers his daughters some words of advice on International Women’s Day
College senior, Dan Ferman, admits he’s scared. Nevertheless, he embraces the challenges ahead.
While we should certainly celebrate the historic and courageous ways in which women have gained a more equal footing, let us not forget that there’s still an awful lot of work to be done.
Simple but easy tips for being more socially pleasing.
Yes, men can be naturally empathetic. But like a lot of other findings in the field of gender-specific medicine, men may express these traits differently than women do.
“He’d come to appreciate the sounds she made, a steady grumble of snores that lessened whenever she turned on her side. The things she said were invariably hostile: ‘Who the hell is Becky?’ ‘Don’t fucking look at me!’ ‘Why didn’t you answer the phone?’” By Mike Heppner
Historian Oliver Lee Bateman reflects on a time when masked wrestlers ruled the American South.
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The UN’s recent reports on the treatment of children in Syria and in the Roman Catholic Church revealed some of the despicable acts committed against boys that are part of a disturbing and hidden global trend.
Daniel Parmeggiani shares how his neurosis for perfection led him to discover his true innocent nature.
It all started when he and Mary decided to throw a party.
Our favorite Browncoat, Nathan Fillion, sits down with the best interviewer on the Interwebz, Paul F. Thompkins.
Do you live the rest of your life knowing you are a beloved and successful fraud or do you risk cultural infamy and admit to the truth?
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