Attack on Titan Season 2, Episode 8 Review

Preview This week’s Attack on Titan, Episode 8 was a calmer, emotionally deeper episode than the previous one. With all the fighting between Eren, The Armoured Titan and The Colossal Titan this episode focused more on Mikasa, Armin and Hannes and their relationship. The episode was a more character building exercise for the audience exploring… Read More Attack on Titan Season 2, Episode 8 Review

Attack on Titan Season 2 Review: At The End of The First Half( First Six Episodes)

When Attack on Titans came out in 2013, it delivered exactly what the Manga had promised… blood, screams, gore, emotions, pulse-racing action and powerful characters.  It shared a new perspective on the most irresponsible race on the planet- Humans!  And with its right mix of slick action and emotions there was very little doubt that… Read More Attack on Titan Season 2 Review: At The End of The First Half( First Six Episodes)

Naruto Shippuden anime airs finale on 500th episode

All good things must come to an end at some point, including the adventures of everyone’s favorite  ninja, Naruto Uzumaki. Indeed, it is an end of an era, as the anime adaptation of the internationally beloved Japanese “Naruto Shippuden” franchise will wrap up after airing its 500th episode on March 23. After delighting audiences for… Read More Naruto Shippuden anime airs finale on 500th episode

One of the most iconic, violent manga series is becoming a Netflix-exclusive anime

Netflix is producing one of its most ambitious anime projects yet after expressing interest to grow out its division. Devilman, created by Kiyoshi Nagai (better known as Go Nagai), initially ran as a manga between 1972 and 1973. It was also adapted into a television anime series in 1972. The manga, which follows a teenage… Read More One of the most iconic, violent manga series is becoming a Netflix-exclusive anime

There’s Gonna Be a Whole Lot of Batman in DC Comics’ Next Big Event

Ever since Flashpoint, DC Comics has tried not to stray too far into roster-wide comic book event series. That’s going to change this year with Dark Days—a big new project being pitched as what could be an over-the-top sendoff to Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s run on the Dark Knight. Today DC announced that Snyder,… Read More There’s Gonna Be a Whole Lot of Batman in DC Comics’ Next Big Event

A Cult Of Violence: Comics, Propaganda, And The Information War, Part I Read More: A Cult Of Violence: Comics And Propaganda, Part I

As Russia and America circle each other in this rapidly evolving Cold War 2.0, combat is waged in multiple theaters: cyber war, spy war, proxy war, cultural war, and an information war fueled by a persistent flow of disinformation and propaganda that hijacks narratives and distorts reality. In this series of articles, John Parker examines… Read More A Cult Of Violence: Comics, Propaganda, And The Information War, Part I Read More: A Cult Of Violence: Comics And Propaganda, Part I

P. Craig Russell on the Art of Adapting American Gods into Comics

The work of quintessential whimsysmith Neil Gaiman doesn’t often boil over with searing political commentary. No doubt, the fantasy icon’s 30-plus-year career includes bits of topicality, but compared to contemporaries like Warren Ellis or Alan Moore, Gaiman prefers to mine the history of lore with more subtle nods to humanity’s current plights. But American Gods,… Read More P. Craig Russell on the Art of Adapting American Gods into Comics

Meet the artist who turned Apple legalese into a fun comic book

Artist Robert Sikoryak has a knack for introducing skittish readers to dense classic literature with comic book adaptions. Try Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment with a 1950s-era Batman with blood on his ax. But would you consider reading Apple’s terms and conditions user agreement for iTunes as a graphic novel — all 20,699 dry, legalistic words?… Read More Meet the artist who turned Apple legalese into a fun comic book

How Iron Fist connects to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

As the fourth and final series to be introduced to the Marvel Netflix universe, Iron Fist has a lot of established characters to draw on — and it also has the job of making the final narrative preparations for The Defenders. What are the wider Marvel connections and cameos in Iron Fist? Let’s walk through… Read More How Iron Fist connects to the rest of the Marvel Cinematic Universe