The longer I've been away, the more books I pick up at the New York Public Library about my hometown, to learn everything I can about its wartime history. From this safe distance, I allow myself to see the loss it once endured.
At New York Comic Con last weekend, Marvel Comics officially announced "Shadow of Vader," a five-part "Star Wars" miniseries written by "Star Wars: Aftermath" book trilogy scribe Chuck Wendig. Except, the last two issues will no longer be penned by Wendig, as the author has just revealed Marvel has fired him.
Millions missing. Elder-abuse allegations. The last days of Marvel wizard Stan Lee have been mired in controversy. Here, Lee — alongside his daughter — speaks out for the first time.
A look inside the erotic subtext of the comics.
Sometimes a cover just stays with you. It might be the iconic image of Captain America punching Hitler. Or it might be a perfectly ordinary comic book featuring a dolphin with an Uzi.
Toy plans, retconned mythology and a $220 check brought the latest big-screen antihero to life.
"Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman" explored the relationship of Kal-El and Lois Lane in a way that had never been seen before.
Ramona Fradon couldn't be nicer, but she has the canniness of a woman who survived the some of the nation's hardest decades — and the pressures of an all-male industry — by her own wits.
"Spider-Man" on PlayStation 4 is a thrilling game and a naive, dismal representation of the character's — and New York City's — relationship with law enforcement.
One diagnosis fits all! If you're a woman.
It’s becoming a tradition that big PlayStation 4 exclusives all have robust photo modes that really let you mess around with images in fun and interesting ways.
“We all make mistakes, and sometimes I did things I shouldn’t have done. And sometimes you have to call yourself out on it.”
Netflix and Marvel really hope you'll give "Iron Fist" a second chance. With "Black Panther"s fight coordinator, a reduced episode run and a fan-favorite character from "Luke Cage," has the show turned a new leaf?
The allure of Gotham turned on its head is powerful, but is a republican Thomas Wayne just stunt-casting?
It only cares how strong you are.
In a San Diego Comic-Con weekend with a mountain of news, there's one smaller story that's been buzzing around the comics community.
After first playing a role in the "Justice League" movie, Aquaman is back with own solo adventure. Here's the very first look, revealed originally at Comic-Con
People work very hard to convince people on YouTube to click on trailers that aren't real. Sometimes their work leaves a little to be desired.
Gale Galligan's "Jon" imagines Jon Arbuckle as a humble cartoonist. He teaches a class on cartooning. He gets pre-dinner party nerves. He loves his cat and his dog. It's all there, but with a level of emotional depth and earnestness that somehow just cuts through the grease of existing in the year 2018.
New York's bulletproof vigilante won us over in the first season of "Jessica Jones," turned heads with his own show and kicked butt alongside his fellow Defenders. Is Cage still going strong in his second solo act? Here's what the reviews say.
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