Category: Editorials

What IT Got Wrong about Mike Hanlon

By now, millions of people have gone to see the big screen version of Stephen King’s amazing novel IT. I went opening weekend and enjoyed (almost) everything about the movie. I loved the characters and the actors playing these kids were great. Skarsgard’s version of Pennywise was brilliant and ridiculously scary. Unfortunately, there is one…


Dragon Con 2017: Lessons Learned and What To Do Next Year

So my first Dragon Con is over and there are definitely some things that I learned from the experience. What to do. What not to do and so on. As I get ready for my next Con experience and prep myself in advance for Dragon Con 2018, there are some things that I have decided…


My Experience at Dragon Con 2017

So another Dragon Con has ended and the con faithful are returning to their regular lives and day jobs filled with memories of seeing their favorite actors, sitting in panels showcasing pop culture and entertainment that they admire or marvelling at the detailed cosplay that friends and total strangers decided to unveil that weekend. Many…


Pop Culture Politics: 5 Comic Book Politicians

In honor of the upcoming election, I am showcasing some of your favorite comic book heroes and villains who have served in politics. Jay Garrick/The Flash – Mayor of Monument Point In 2012, writer Marc Guggenheim and artist George Perez were the creative team behind the Justice Society of America. In their run, they had…


Hairy Mel and the Search for Relevance: Mel Gibson Talks CBM’s……Again

Academy Award winning director Mel Gibson has decided to weigh in again on the comic book movie genre. After his Q&A at the Venice Film Festival premiere for his new war film Hacksaw Ridge, the actor/director had some choice words about Zach Snyder’s ‘Batman V Superman’ and his interest in CBM’s “What did they spend…