Comic books become part of the mainstream political discussion. If Kellyanne Conway is Donald Trump’s “Pepper Potts,” then why can’t she be president?
War Dogs had potential to be “The Big Short” of our military industrial complex and I really wish writer/director Todd Phillips had stayed in that vein.
As the best comics often do, Captain America #250 depicts the American mindset of its era – which is similar to what we’re going through now, 36 years later. Captain America for President!
This is the Chinese “Year of the Monkey” after all, so why shouldn’t gorillas get in on the presidential election action?
Most fans will forgive Suicide Squad’s missteps, and then there are those who will just be content to see Harley Quinn suiting up on the airport tarmac.
Fans are disappointed the Game of Thrones finale is in sight. To be certain, it’s a bummer on the same scale as being decapitated – but wait, hold the door!
Jason Bourne is a two-hour chase sequence where the camera and actors rarely stop moving; which may sound like a plus but we’ve seen all of this before.
America is a melting pot and Comic-Con is a shining example of our diversity at its best, where our only differences are our predilections for pop culture.
The 2016 San Diego Comic-Con came to an end last Sunday, completing nearly five days of excellent adventures and pop culture pandemonium.
Whether it was planned this way or not, there seemed to be an equal rights theme running through Saturday’s activities at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. Civil rights icon Congressman John […]