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3.5.19

Marvel May Finally Be Giving Fans a Leading Gay Movie Hero

He's swoll, lives for centuries, and here to take on Hollywood's erasure of queer superheroes.

11.15.18

Watch Stan Lee's Heartfelt Final Message to His Fans

"I love my fans. I cannot tell you how much I love my fans."

11.6.17

Searching for a Real Working-Class Villain in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

The film gives voice to blue-collar frustration, but not from workers themselves.

7.12.17

Not Liking Spider-Man Didn't Stop Me From Enjoying 'Homecoming'

I’m not a big Spider-Man fan, but ‘Homecoming’ was still wildly enjoyable.

6.13.17

'Black Panther' Could Change the Black Film Narrative

The film that features an almost all-black cast, a black director, and is set in a world that portrays people of color in a superior light is something black people have never seen before.

3.23.17

Remembering the Breathtaking Dark Beauty of Comic Book Legend Bernie Wrightson

Stephen King, Guillermo del Toro, and more look back at the work of the 20th century master illustrator of horror, monsters, and suspense.

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1.20.17

Giant Monsters Smash the Marvel Universe in This Week’s Best Comics

New comics reviewed, plus recommendations from Brian Wood, creator of 'DMZ' and 'Briggs Land.'

1.6.17

The 'U.S.Avengers' Are the American Heroes We Deserve

Plus, 'G.I. Joe' comic writer Aubrey Sitterson weighs in on his favorite comics of the week.

12.16.16

Kate Bishop Is the New 'Hawkeye'

Plus, comic writer Matthew Rosenberg gives us the dish on his favorite comics of the week.

12.9.16

Nightwing’s a Hunk, but Thor’s a Total Loser | This Week in Comics

Then again, down and out heroes are the best heroes.

12.4.16

A Marvel Illustrator on Creating a Seedier New York

Chris Samnee applies his comic prowess to make NYC's Hell’s Kitchen dirty again.

12.2.16

Ray Guns, 'The X-Files', and Groot | This Week in Comics

Outer space, time travel, and other tales of scientific wonder fill this week’s best comics.

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