In all likelihood, history will treat Obama pretty well.
Presidents sometimes fail because of their own mistakes, but often times they appear to fail because of our unrealistic expectations.
Every time I buy a comic book that lacks diversity, I’m supporting that failure. In 2014, I’m supporting diversity.
Hollywood movies ignore the humanity of the men underneath the masks. Their internal struggles are as important as their superpowers.
Christian Coleman, the Good Men Project’s new Op-Ed editor, tells a little about himself and asks for your input.
Coming out in Hollywood in 2012 became a casual affair. Gone were the days of the “I’m Gay” cover photo.
Looking through an ebony lens, heroes come in many shades and colors.
The world’s finest are getting squared off in a new multiplatform adventure game, due out this summer.
Before the shadow of Dwayne McDuffie can even start to fade, there’s a new Justice League cartoon on your screen …
The last legacy of the legendary creator pits the Justice League against their most fearsome foe yet: Batman.
There was so much to cover during this year’s Nerd Spring Break that a few stragglers are left, weeks later.
… aaaand we’re back. San Diego. Cosplay photos. Celebrities. Fans. Let’s go! (In all seriousness, give this bad boy some time to load, it’s about to get megapixel up in here) [Source: World of Black Heroes] [Source: Carl Dancy’s Facebook Page] [Source: Stranger Comics] [Source: CNET] [Source: Getty Images] [Source: Organization of Black Screenwriters’ Facebook […]
This is the script from the “Word on the Tweets” section of the latest weekly Sunday It’s Komplicated webcast on the Geekweek Network. These summaries are posted (hopefully) the Thursday following each episode
When It’s Komplicated’s producer, Hannibal Tabu, contacted the actor on Twitter, he had this to say, “There’s a lot to look forward to. GL2 & JL, no need to dwell on that.” The actor has confirmed that he is signed for a Justice League movie, also. That’s the business!