So it finally happened: the very first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer has dropped! And of course I expected to have so many feelings. I was pretty sure I was going to tear up if not straight up cry. I didn’t, which is a testament to my extreme emotional fortitude. That’s a lie; I have no such fortitude.
Marvel released their first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming yesterday, giving audiences a taste of what a Marvel-powered Spider-Man movie looks like. While I am optimistic for the next (make that third) Spider-Man iteration to hit the big screen, you gotta know that Tim is giddy as a school girl – as of the writing of
Hello, all you Turkey Toms and Turkey . . . Tammies? Tinas? Tiffanys? In the spirit of this fine American holiday of extortion and genocide, lets take a moment to think back on all the comics that made us happy this year to give thanks to those creators that took the time to make something
I recently read an article on 13th Dimension by Christy Blanch about the now cancelled alternate cover art by J. Scott Campbell for Riri Williams’ debut issue of Invincible Iron Man. In the article, Blanch argues that the value of the art, for arts sake, trumps the implications of the art, which in this case
This article discusses the events of Champions #1, which may be considered spoilers. You’ve been warned! Champions #1 poses an interesting question for superhero fans: Do superheroes save the world anymore? Now, this should not be confused with the idea that there is a lack of villainy in comics. Of course, in the grand scheme
I want to pitch a comic. This is the issue of Amazing Spider-Man I would write given the chance: aerial shot of the interior of a loft apartment, decorations, lots of people. A festive atmosphere. Characters we all recognize: Tony Stark, Reed Richards, Steve Rogers, Johnny Storm, etc. And they’re all mingling with the other