Walking into this film with even diminished expectations only made me realize that I alone am the master of what I enjoy.
Sandy Roffey reminisces about the past and looks ahead at the future of geekdom in popular culture.
Can you say you are working to be the best you can be at everything you do?
“My nerd dream would be for me to play Psylocke in an epic X-Men/Avengers team-up or Avengers vs. X-Men type of movie. Just any of the big story lines involving the X-Men and Avengers cast would be amazing.”
I have the amazing ability to make all of the staples disappear out of a stapler simply by picking it up and attempting to staple something.
One writer’s recap of 2014’s under performing mid- summer movie season.
Seth Thomas is used to boys being asked about their favorite superheroes. But what about their favorite superheroines?
The second trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past gives us a taste for some time traveling heroes coming together to save the world.
Simms Jr.’s writes about the first thing that sent his heart racing. The Incredible Hulk punching someone.
Orion Martin explains that while the X-Men were discriminated against because they were mutants, they were still straight, cis-, able-bodied white guys.
Every time I buy a comic book that lacks diversity, I’m supporting that failure. In 2014, I’m supporting diversity.
Michael Kasdan believes that good leadership is a super power. And so he looks to his mentors—the super heroes—for advice.
Why No One Should Be Surprised By the Current Turmoil at DC Comics
Even superheroes need super role models. Kyle Wiley picks five of his favorites.
Andrew Smiler offers 7 questions to start conversation about masculinity using superhero films.
See the stuntman from some of your favorite films, Dante Ha, fly in slow-mo.