superheroes

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

  • Rand Einfeldt
    Published 5 months ago
    What Would the Marvel Movies Be Like Without the Superhero Sub Genre?

    What Would the Marvel Movies Be Like Without the Superhero Sub Genre?

    I enjoy watching Superhero movies, but what happens if you take away the superhero genre in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), what would you get?
  • Erin O'Neil
    Published 6 months ago
    DCTV’s The Flash Most Popular ‘Ships’

    DCTV’s The Flash Most Popular ‘Ships’

    To start, for those who may not know, let’s define the term ‘ship’. In the world of fandom, romantic relationships between characters are called ‘ships’. To ‘ship’ characters is to want to see them romantically involved. While ‘ships’ can be platonic, the vast majority are not. This can apply to canon relationships within the fandom, or to characters who were never in a relationship, or even hate each other. Fans of a particular fandom will generally show their love or support of a ‘ship’ through creating fan art and fan fiction. Those less creatively inclined will go looking for fan art and fan fiction, enjoying what fellow fans have created.
  • Rand Einfeldt
    Published 6 months ago
    Who Would Win? John Wick or Neo?

    Who Would Win? John Wick or Neo?

    With the new release dates for both The Matrix 4, and John Wick 4 being on the same day, May 21, 2021; it got me wondering. Who would win in a fight? The one and only, Neo from The Matrix, or the dog loving Boogieman, John Wick from the John Wick franchise?
  • Joseph Micalizio
    Published 6 months ago
    DC's 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Part 1 Recap (Spoilers Ahead)

    DC's 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' Part 1 Recap (Spoilers Ahead)

    The 5 part Crossover on the CW DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths has officially begun guys, and let me tell you all, I am on the edge of my seat. I'll be covering some of the main points of this episode and my thoughts on the ending and where its headed. For those who have not been watching the shows and episodes, and even movies leading to this crossover, fair warning SPOILERS AHEAD! So let's get right into it.
  • Isaac Shapiro
    Published 7 months ago
    These Aren't Your Dad's Superheroes

    These Aren't Your Dad's Superheroes

    Remember those Batman and Superman guys. Pretty lame right. And even those Marvel movies are all the same. I mean I watched a video essay where a guy told me as much, how they all look generic and grey and have shitty music that all sounds the same. But my parents love all that generic mass market cape shit. Even my grandma thinks she’s cool because she knows who Groot and Rocket Racoon are, but you know what I’m sick of it because
  • Marcus
    Published 7 months ago
    'Wonder Woman: Bloodlines' Managed to Make a Wonder Woman Fan Out of Me

    'Wonder Woman: Bloodlines' Managed to Make a Wonder Woman Fan Out of Me

    Here we are again with the DC animated universe. I do not even have the slightest idea of how profitable these movies are but honestly, if these movies ever get the mainstream push that the DCEU gets then they will elevate this market to a level never seen in superhero animation. Now I am not saying that Wonder Woman: Bloodlines would be the movie to do it but it certainly would bring well-deserved attention to the DCAU(Dc Animated Universe). By no means is Wonder Woman: Bloodlines a bad movie, but if a few things here and there were changed it would go from good to great. THIS IS A SPOILER REVIEW MOSTLY BECAUSE I DON'T THINK THE STORY IS WHERE THE MOVIES SHINES SO IF YOU WANT TO EXPERIENCE IT ON YOUR OWN BE WARNED.
  • Isaac Shapiro
    Published 8 months ago
    All Might from 'My Hero Academia' Is the Hero We Deserve and the One We Need Right Now

    All Might from 'My Hero Academia' Is the Hero We Deserve and the One We Need Right Now

    The greatest pillar holding up the entire series of My Hero Academia is All Might. He’s the classic superhero archetype. Basically imagine Superman filtered through the lens of shonen manga and you have All Might, and I think a great part of the series's core appeal lies with him, and how he’s the Superman archetype done right.
  • Elijah Taylor
    Published 8 months ago
    Your Pet Now?

    Your Pet Now?

    FADE IN: JASON AWAKENS ON THE COUCH WITH A BLANET WRAPPED AROUND HIM
  • Hayley Dodwell
    Published 9 months ago
    'The Incredible Hulk' Fun Facts!

    'The Incredible Hulk' Fun Facts!

    “Don’t make me angry. You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry”
  • Julia Valentina
    Published 9 months ago
    How Wonder Woman Can Help You Live a Better Life

    How Wonder Woman Can Help You Live a Better Life

    At the weekend I rewatched Wonder Woman, and not only was I (again) surprised how good this movie is, but also what this movie teaches us. It’s so inspiring and interesting when you notice the little life lessons during a story.
  • D.J. Rivera
    Published 10 months ago
    The Best Actresses to Suit up as Spider-Gwen in Her Own Live-Action Film

    The Best Actresses to Suit up as Spider-Gwen in Her Own Live-Action Film

    Regardless of the Sony Disney breakup, Spider-Man isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. But after several iterations, the material is getting a bit stale. Peter Parker’s story has been beaten to death, and changing it up feels more forced than it does authentic. The MCU version feels more like a new Iron Man who happens to have a spider fetish. After the first two significant runs with the character failed to pan out, it makes sense why they gave Spidey this remix in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This was great while it lasted, and it will be interesting to see what the future holds for Peter Parker and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But it begs the question, in a multiverse consisting of many spider people why not try someone new? Many believe the next web-slinger to get their own movie should be the star of Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Miles Morales. And I’m sitting over here thinking his love interest, and Spider-Verse teammate Spider-Woman aka Gwen Stacey is the much better choice when it comes to starting a mega-franchise. That's right; I said mega-franchise.
  • Mimo le Singe
    Published 10 months ago
    Why I Love Lana Lang ('Smallville')

    Why I Love Lana Lang ('Smallville')

    Note: This is not a comparison piece between Lana Lang and Lois Lane, or any of the other potential love interests in 'Smallville'. I don't believe in bringing down one character to bring up another. Additionally, watch out for spoilers.