Clark Kent is a hero precisely because he never asks for thanks, loves the world with purity and is so profoundly decent that nobody can see him.
Ever wonder what it would be like to be Batman or Superman? Well now you know, money wise.
On the occasion of Batman’s 75th birthday, Thomas Fiffer explores the duality that defines superheroes.
Frailty, Loss and Fatherhood; inside the distinctly mortal experiences that made the “Man of Steel”
The Style Gent reflects on the differences between two of the most famous alter-egos.
Hollywood movies ignore the humanity of the men underneath the masks. Their internal struggles are as important as their superpowers.
Sam Sattin wonders, how do we tell the difference between the revolutionary and the trivial?
Carl Pettit explains how Superman, Iron Man, Batman, the Incredible Hulk, and Spider-Man became the American Titans.
Ron Mattocks finds inspiration and wisdom in some unlikely characters: Don Draper, for instance.
Cementing his place in comic book cinematic lore, the man who was Morpheus takes on journalism.