We know Marvel's Thor now as the lovable space-dwelling god of thunder, but his start in comics was completely different.
In this series, I look at the first appearances of iconic superheroes to see what’s familiar and what’s goofy as heck. Today: Batman!
Here's what we know so far about the the upcoming The Batman, Black Adam, The Flash, and Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom movies.
This is actually a story of a teenage girl being groomed and manipulated by a much (much, much) older man. Y’all, it’s creepy.
From the banning of vampire comics to the new Morbius movie, here's how vampires have appeared in Western comics in the last 100 years.
Picture it: you're all set to finally get acquainted with a comic series. You start reading and you're lost! Now what?
“Spider-Man” is hyphenated (as it is today) in the logo but not the narration box, and not for the rest of the issue.
With the new show on Disney+, now's the time to learn of Hawkeye's more narcissistic and villainous origins.
Jewishness in comics is continually presented as a shocking fact no one knows. It's time to stop being surprised that comics are Jewish.
“For the Man Who Has Everything” is a Superman story by Alan Moore that is considered a classic, but is it worthy of its praise?