Certain TV shows have quickly achieved a cult-like following. The show Supernatural is one of those shows that made a rapid ascent to that cult status. If you are reading this, then chances are you're a fan yourself or you know someone who is a fan of the show.
So many comics to read, so little time! When the first publication of Marvel's famous superhero comics were released in October of 1939 under Timely Comics (before the 1960s name change to Marvel Comics), you'd be smart to bet that this helped feed the increasing demand for quality comics.
Admit it or not, just about all of us are hopeless romantics to an extent. Whether we enjoy seeing others romantically involved or enjoy a good romance ourselves, most of us have a desire for love, and occasionally, the drama that comes with it.
Since Marvel Comics was originally introduced as Timely Comics in 1939, the comic company has been all the rage. Today, Marvel fans still rave about both print and electronic versions of their favorite vintage and modern superhero comic books.
While Captain America, also known as Steve Rogers, was introduced in comic book form decades before some of Marvel's more well-known characters (like Spider-Man and the Hulk), Captain America is still a vital superhero in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
We’ve been at war for well over a decade now. Even though the conflicts have settled down, there are still men and women in Afghanistan and Iraq serving their country with honor. The Middle East is still a pretty unstable place, and there are plenty of men and women who come home changed. For many of them, they return to a life that is so profoundly different, that they struggle every day to find some normalcy. For others, they decide to write about their experiences. The result is plenty of must read books about the war in Afghanistan.