Ways use of the police can be minimized in superhero stories.
Last week, Marvel announced a revival of its 1990s series “The New Warriors.” The original series featured a team of then-new heroes (hence the name); it ran for 75 issues, ending
Back in 2018, I wrote a post about who I consider to be the most popular superheroes. While it’s been a popular post, the movies portion was based on North Americans&
A look at several examples of superheroes who work directly or indirectly for the government.
My thoughts on the large number of Black superheroes with electrical powers, and possible reasons why.
Who’s the wealthiest superhero comic character is a subject of frequent debate. However, the salaries of superheroes who aren’t one percenters isn’t discussed as often. (Granted, neither
One of the most famous superhero tropes is the concept of the sidekick. Traditionally, superhero sidekicks are usually a teenage, less-skilled, and/or less-powerful apprentice to the main hero. The sidekick gives the
A look at several instances when superheroes addressed real-world social issues.
For decades, fans have debated who the most popular superheroes are. The “Big Two,” DC and Marvel, are more than glad to feed into this with constant crossovers, heroes fighting other
Finally hitting the 21st century, here’s my favorite superhero TV show/movie openings for the 2000s and 2010s. I’m combining the two given there’s fewer choices for