“The Simpsons” has been running on TV as a half-hour show since December 1989 (launching with its initial Christmas special), and is now on its 29th season, with over 600 episodes.
In the most surprising comics news since, well, a few weeks ago, news came this week that Marvel’s newest editor-in-chief, C.B. Cebulski, spent a year (from 2005 to 2006) writing
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
The past week in tech news has largely centered around the aftermath of the Charlottesville, Virginia counterprotests against neo-Nazis and white supremacists, which saw protester Heather Heyer killed. Since then, various White supremacists&
I’ve written before about free, Creative Commons-sourced photos before. However, some want to know where to find stock photos that prominently feature people of color. Discussions I’ve seen on
Much has been written over the past week or so about whether or not Marvel’s truly committed to improving diversity, as well as problems with such among American comics in general.
The current hot social media service of the moment is Snapchat. I’ve never used it, but its appeal is in sending temporary photos to others, upon which they delete themselves after
Recently, an African-American host of an MSNBC show, Melissa Harris-Perry, left the network. Harris-Perry stated that her air time had been increasingly scaled back, and that the network wasn’t giving enough
It’s time once again to look at the 2016 Academy Award nominees for animation. Best Animated Feature Anomalisa Boy and the World Inside Out Shaun the Sheep Movie When Marnie Was
The past few weeks have seen a large amount of attention paid to the comics industry’s problems with diversity, sexual harassment, and sexism. To summarize recent events: The Mary Sue’