You Can’t Spell ‘Economics’ without ‘Comics’ — “Why Superman Doesn’t Take Over the World” Reviewed

Generally speaking, economics books are not meant to make for pleasant reading. Advertisements

In Defense Of… “The Incredible Hulk”

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) has completely changed Hollywood. From the proliferation of comic book heroes to the notion that every major movie studio now needs its own universe in which its characters can interact through multiple films, Marvel has laid the path that all others are following, praying that they will find the same success. The films within […]

A Unique Opportunity: On Ta-Nehisi Coates Writing “Black Panther”

Last year, Ta-Nehisi Coates, a national correspondent for The Atlantic and a celebrated writer on race in the United States, published Between the World and Me, a book that is presented as a letter to his teenage son about being a black man in America.

Is That Really a Marvel Movie? On the Confusing State of Comic Book Films and Shared Universes

Deadpool is a monster hit. It has shattered records and proven that an R-rated superhero film can not only work, but be a massive success. In everything I’ve read and heard, it keeps getting repeated that Deadpool is a Marvel film. And that’s true…but it’s also false. Huh?