One genre that takes a lot of hits for diversity is Fantasy. And considering how often fantasy books can be very white (*cough*Game of Thrones*couch*) it is a just point. A common defense is that it is a set in a time and location where there were not non-white people. … Continue Reading But It Is Fantasy
I found this list a bit harder to compile than my movie list. For one thing? I have a ridiculous back catalog. So, for instance, I have Sex Criminals and East of West and Lazarus purchased…I have not yet started reading them. I keep intending to…but I have not gotten … Continue Reading My Top Ten Comics of 2014
Open on a beach on the island Themyscira. It is raining, lighting striking…we see a young woman, Hippolyta, sculpting something. As we close in, we see it is a baby. The woman steps back, looking to the sky…lightning strikes the clay form…she steps forward and starts to wipe away clay, revealing … Continue Reading Wonder Woman
Watch one (or both) of these trailers (they are pretty much the same with different voiceovers). People have hit on all sorts of problems with it, such as no women appear. Truthfully? I get why they do not have shots of Lois Lane or other female cast…it is mostly a … Continue Reading Super Dull
So, Rush Limbaugh and his crack research team have discovered the latest Liberal Hollywood Anti-Republican Attack: “The movie has been in the works for a long time, the release date’s been known, summer 2012 for a long time,” he said. “Do you think that it is accidental, that the name … Continue Reading Batman Vs Bain
In case not? Here is an interview with the new Spidey.
I was unsure at first…but this latest preview has me very excited. The first sequence alone tells me that Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield really get Spider-Man as a character. This reboot is seeming more and more like a great idea. Honestly, I am feeling a bit of a Batman … Continue Reading The All New Amazing Spider-Man