Thomas Fiffer explores what happens when we get comfortable with repeated abuse.
People make mistakes. Sometimes, they react poorly when they’re exposed to something shocking.
Future? For imagineers in the last century we are the wild future. What did they think it would be like? Some were amazingly accurate.
Matt Sweetwood’s son in law was thrilled to give a tour of the lakeside. The art that adorned it had a nasty surprise for both men however. Tucked in its artistry were words that bore into Sweetwood’s soul.
Neither he, nor I, can pinpoint one obviously traumatic event that created his pain, but his life is littered with pain past and present. It is pain from a thousand tiny cuts that add up to one massive hemorrhage.
After becoming the proud dad to five kids, Matt Sweetwood was handed a horrific divorce. Rather than allowing it to defeat him, he found a way to not only survive, but to find peace and success as a father. Here is how he did it.
Hit with a surprise divorce, newly-separated mom Jenny Kanevksy stands up, shakes herself off, doesn’t look back, and roars.
Call both of your parents, have a conversation with them and tell them you love them. Do this, because one day you won’t be able to do so and then you just might regret it.
In the aftermath of the Boston Bombing, Anzor Tsarnaev defends his sons despite everything he has seen and heard.
A new generation of first-person shooter games causes players to reconsider violence and control.
Why do we continue to blame the victims of sexual assault?
The last of Dwayne McDuffie’s creations leaves comic book shelves today, and we have an early look.
An analysis of elements from Hannibal Tabu’s reviews column on Comic Book Resources.
DC Comics had quite a surprise for fans, eliminating Black voices from mainstream comics.
The Milestone Media veteran leaves the New 52 title suddenly, and we’re on the scene.