Once again, there’s calls by some to give up on Facebook. I explain why there’s no real Facebook rival, but offer some alternatives to the social network.
Disney released on Twitter a long list of material available at Disney+’s launch date in November. I also look at what’s not available at launch.
A collection of my basic tips and recommendations for using Twitter, including lists, the merits of Tweetdeck, and blocking trolls.
As a companion to an earlier blog post, I look at what the most popular superhero movies are at the box office outside of North America.
Disney’s made plenty from its purchases of Star Wars and Marvel years ago. But which has earned Disney more at the box office, the Force or the Avengers?
Jetpack is a useful WordPress plugin, but not everyone can or wants to use it. I look at some Jetpack alternatives available.
Archie Comics and Abrams Books have announced new graphic novel lines. The former is aiming for young adults, while the latter is a new LGBTQ-centric line.
The New York Times is finally bringing back graphic novels to their best sellers’ lists, which is good news for everyone.
A look at my current favorite geeky (and non-geeky) podcasts for 2019, ranging from NPR shows to podcasts discussing comics and animation.
My monthly comics and graphic novels picks for December 2019 (and after) solicitations, including a new “Love and Capes” trade paperback.