A look at several examples of superheroes who work directly or indirectly for the government.
Several years ago, I wrote about some of my favorite animation and comics blogs and websites. However, since then, various things have changed, both for the Internet and my own tastes. Thus, here&
Marvel’s announced that they plan to license out their characters to comics publisher IDW. IDW will produce a line of kid-friendly monthly single-issue comics and trade paperbacks starring Spider-Man (Peter Parker
There’s plenty of LGBTQ characters in comics (if somewhat fewer in animation). However, I do see on my Twitter feed some urging more recognition of the importance of non-White LGBTQ characters
A look at who the most popular superheroes are, as far as the general public is concerned.
Today marks the 80th anniversary of Superman’s first appearance in “Action Comics” #1, which went on sale back in 1938. (It’s also the 80th anniversary of Lois
A look at five characters of South Asian descent in comics and animation.
A list of animated cartoons and comics that should've entered public domain in 2018, but didn't.
Art by Kurt Schaffenberger. American politics and media often play up the supposed “core” or “true” America. In politics, Iowa and New Hampshire are the first states in the
As a followup to my post about what a diverse Justice League of America should look like, I thought I’d look at what a diverse Avengers team should look like. Since