See The Villains Assemble in the Newest ‘Suicide Squad’ Trailer

This team of criminals come together in the new Suicide Squad trailer and it delivers laughs, action and much more There have been a ton of movies in the last couple of years that deal with your favorite heroes from the Marvel and Dc Universes and some have even redefined how fans see their favorite […]

What Superheroes Looked Like in 2015

Hint: It’s not what you’re used to.

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).

Check out This Action Packed ‘Batman: Bad Blood’ Trailer

This new adventure wants to keep crime fighting within the family against a dangerous new threat DC is well known for many of the big time live action movies they have released like The Dark Knight but many people are unaware that they make animated movies too, and usually they are really good. They have […]

‘Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice’ The Start of Something Big

  A film years in the making, but fans wonder will this be a masterpiece or a flop? Fans of Batman and Superman have always been intrigued by this story. Two heroes who have similar goals and ideals for some reason end up battling each other, and even though Superman has the advantage it doesn’t […]

‘Suicide Squad’ A Group of Familiar Anti-Heroes

  This band of villains are coming next year, here are some things you should know about them 2016 is going to be a big year for movies. They are releasing Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, X-men Apocalypse, Deadpool and many other big movies. But the one I am excited about is Suicide Squad. […]

Fans of All Ages Showed up for Wizard World Sacramento

Jay Snook attended this year’s Wizard World in Sacramento, and it was one for the record books This years’s Wizard World Comic Con has come and gone in Sacramento, and man was there so much to see and do for fans of all ages. I had the chance to be there all three days, and […]

Patriot Act Meltdown: Surveillance, Politics and Rand Paul

The expiry at midnight, Sunday of three key provisions of the Patriot Act has thrown Washington into turmoil and halted surveillance programs – a panel of scholars gives their verdicts.

The Golden Age of Chivalry: How Disability Keeps It Alive

Erin Kelly has reason to believe there’s still plenty of good in the world, and why we shouldn’t give up on it.

The Real Reason Superheroes Should Come In All Sizes

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

If NFL Stars Were Superheroes, The World Would Be A Safer Place (Photos)

They’re big, they’re strong and, of course, they have millions of dollars to invest in their powers.

Fathers, Sons, and Lots of People in Costumes Turn Out For Wizard World Sacramento

Jay Snook walked the aisles at this year’s Wizard World, and man did he see some sights.

Stories from the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington

Photographer Dick Simon went to Washington to be a witness to the way things have changed in the past 50 years — and some ways they have not. Here are the photos and stories of people he found there.

Lucky Number Seven: An Interview With Superstar Comics Artist @JamalIgle

Lucky Number Seven is a a brief interview with someone interesting in the public eye, chopped into easily consumed tidbits of data for your brain space. This time we sit down with superstar artist Jamal Igle, who just dropped the pint sized powerhouse Molly Danger on Free Comic Book Day.

American Minister Timothy Murphy Joins Gitmo Prisoners in Hunger Strike

More than 100 days have passed since the hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay started, and with no progress being made, an American minister has joined the strike.

Black Male Teachers Aren’t the Only Answer

National percentages of black male teachers and administrators are extremely low. Explore common problems and common sense solutions regarding poor performance of black boys in American schools.