Few people take the time to consider that the vast majority of media teaches society that light is positive and darkness is negative, but this motif has significant implications.
Peter Parker, also known as “Spider-Man,” wants to take a break from his busy hero schedule and just be a teenage boy for once. He is ready to get the girl, but once again duty calls in Europe. Does teenage boy Spider-Man really have what it takes to replace Iron Man?
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Art by Kris Harper Everyone loves a good villain; it only takes turning on the TV to see how fascinated our society is with the bad guys. I’m constantly inundated with ads for new fictional depictions of Hannibal Lecter, The Joker, Lucifer, even Bonnie and Clyde. Why do we seem to love watching villains wreak […]
Photo courtesy of Kingsman: The Secret Service/Facebook Looking ahead at the film slate for the next two to three years, it would seem as though Marvel and DC are dominating the box office when it comes to making comicbook movies. While there is no denying the appeal and popularity of their stories, sometimes audiences want […]
Photo Courtesy of Marvel ‘The Winter Soldier’ merges super heroes and spy thrillers We were first introduced to Steve Rogers in “Captain America: The First Avenger,” where the sickly young man from 1940s Brooklyn strove to be a hero in his own right. He exhibited an unyielding selflessness in his desire to serve his country […]
Photo Courtesy of Disney With stunning visual effects, pulse-racing action and just the right amount of witty humor, “Thor: The Dark World” looks to be a promising addition to the Marvel family. “Thor: The Dark World” successfully mixes action, laughs and romance to create a fast-paced adventure movie that is heavy on the one-liners and […]