Wonder Woman As An Icon

Okay, we all know Wonder Woman is probably one of the most important female figures in comics, even if she wasn’t the first. But, before we get into all of that, I’d like to introduce the man (yes, man) who created her: William Moulton Marston. Marston was a...

Anti-heroes: A Necessary Evil?

When nineteenth century English poet Lord Byron created the protagonist of his epic poem Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, he gave birth to what we now know as an anti-hero or Byronic hero. An anti-hero, unlike a standard hero, lacks conventional heroic attributes, like...

Beyond the Mask: The Importance of Superheroes in American Culture

There may seem to be a recent influx of superhero merchandise in stores or superhero movies in theatres, but the fictional men and women whose faces adorn lunch boxes and t-shirts everywhere have been part of American culture for over seventy years, thanks to people...

Son of Batman Review

So consider me late to this special animated cinematic piece between father and son. Not going to lie, the overall content leans more toward an R rating than a PG-13 rating (in my personal opinion). If you’ve been reading Batman comics for years or watching his...

Dragonball Z: Battle of Gods Review

After 17 years of being off the air, the original Dragonball Z makes its comeback and still packs quite a punch. The original English cast from the show are present in this film and I’m so glad they’re agreed to this movie. I mean honestly, who could’ve done this job...

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