superheroes

Explore the very best, strongest, most powerful, and influential superheroes of all time.

Vera Roja2 years ago
10 of the Best Superhero Films of All Time
Well, I strongly believe that a decent Superhero Films can just make your day/ week/ month/ life. What about you? Yeah, so I figured...
Greatest Bisexual Superheroes
In recent years, there have been tons of gay and lesbian superheroes coming out of the closet, but bisexual superheroes seem to be less common. In fact, you can even be excused into believing that the...
Jacob Elyachar2 years ago
Greg Rucka Leaves "Wonder Woman"
The comic book industry received a shock during the afternoon of Wednesday, April 12, when DC Comics veteran writer Greg Rucka announced his departure from Wonder Woman on a Tumblr post appropriately ...
Daniel Brizuela2 years ago
Pop Culture Guy
Episode 24: Split and The Lego Batman Movie reviews
Geeks Staff2 years ago
'Fantastic Four' - Marvel's Biggest Missed Opportunity
Marvel Comics was built on the foundation of the Fantastic Four. It was pointed out that this franchise still has the potential to be successful by this review for 2005’s Fantastic Four, and it sums u...
Jacob Elyachar2 years ago
"Batman & Harley Quinn" reunites Bruce Timm, Kevin Conroy, & Loren Lester
Earlier this week, Warner Premiere, Warner Bros. Animation, and DC Comics released a nine-minute featurette that previewed their upcoming DC Universe Animated Original Movie: Batman & Harley Quinn. The upcoming animated film is set in the classic DC Animated Universe, where Batman and Nightwing are forced to team up with one of their iconic foes, Harley Quinn, to stop Poison Ivy and the Floronic Man, making his animated debut in the DC animated universe, from unleashing an insidious force that c...
X-Men Stories Future Films Should Adapt
Logan marks the tenth X-Men film--a landmark that many far older franchises never reach. To date, it is the second superhero franchise to reach ten straight entries (the only other being the Marvel Ci...
Stephen Hamilton2 years ago
'Batman: The Movie' Is the OG of the DC Brand
In 1966, Batman made his big-screen debut in the the comic-book genre, Batman: The Movie. But what special quality of the masked crusader endeared him to the American public? Taking a closer look at t...
Jacob Elyachar2 years ago
Joss Whedon Plans Batgirl's Big Screen Adventure
Pop culture phenom and director Joss Whedon is about to enter the DC Extended Universe. Multiple news outlets such as Entertainment Weekly, IGN, and Newsarama have revealed that the Marvel’s Avengers ...
Patricia Sarkar2 years ago
Best Graphic Novels Ever Written
The graphic novel as we know it started as the comic boom medium elevated to a new level near the start of the 1980s. Starting as just longer comics, the graphic novels emerging around this time set t...
James Giles2 years ago
Review: Logan (2017)
Fox has made two previous attempts at a Wolverine solo outing, X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009) and The Wolverine (2013), and neither were quite up to par. The first suffered from an overstuffed script...
Patricia Sarkar2 years ago
The Platinum Age of Superhero Movies 2012 - 2016
The Platinum Age of Superhero Movies was ushered in with Josh Whedon's Avengers Assemble in 2012, the culmination of everything set in motion since Iron Man had been released in 2008. DC and Marvel ha...
Patricia Sarkar2 years ago
Bronze Age of Superhero Movies 2008 - 2012
The superhero movie rules officially changed in 2008 with the rise of Iron Man... Marvel Studios begin to build the empire with Iron Man and The Incredible Hulk, while DC came of age with The Dark Kni...
Patricia Sarkar2 years ago
Silver Age of Superhero Movies 2000 - 2007
With Bryan Singer's X-Men and Sam Raimi's Spider-Man, two of Marvel's biggest hitters showed just how the modern superhero should be viewed. This prompted a wave of imitators and eventually the end of...
Most Heart Breaking Moments in Marvel Comics History
Marvel Comics remains one of the biggest comic book publishers for the sole reason that their characters resonate with readers, taking them on journeys that are at once epic, funny, and heart breaking...
Patricia Sarkar2 years ago
Dark Age of Superhero Movies 1989 - 2000
Tim Burton drags the comic-book onto the screen in all its wild and wonderful glory, but studios lack confidence. Successes like The Crow, Darkman, The Rocketeer, and Blade are exceptions in an era de...
Mike Sutherland2 years ago
Movie Review - Logan
Gear Up For One Final Run
The Problem With the X-Men Films
We've now reached the end of an era. With the release of Logan, both Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart are officially saying goodbye to the X-Men franchise. This has raised a lot of questions about the...