A look at various superheroes with some form of government or public sector ties, whether in their costumed or civilian identities.
I take a look at seven of my favorite animation and comics blogs, including Comics Beat, Comics Worth Reading, and others.
Marvel’s announced a new line of kid-oriented comics…through fellow comic publisher IDW. But what kid-friendly comics do the Big Two offer?
I take a look at 10 different LGBTQ comic and animated characters who’re also people of color, ranging from Archie’s Toni Topaz to DC Comics’ Renee Montoya.
A look at the most popular superheroes among the general public, as well as the most familiar ones outside of comic fan circles.
Today marks both Superman’s 80th anniversary and the release of “Action Comics” #1000. I take a look back at memorable issues of “Action” over the past 80 years.
I thought I’d take a look at some noteworthy South Asian comic and animated characters, from Marvel’s Kamala Khan to “Sanjay and Craig.”
My annual look at cartoons that would’ve entered public domain in 2018 if not for changes to copyright laws, ranging from “Top Cat” to “The Fantastic Four.”
Some politicians and media associate “the real America” as something like Superman’s hometown of Smallville. Reality, however, favors Metropolis.
In a followup to my similar post about the Justice League, I take a look at what a diverse Avengers roster should look like.