The Editor’s Notes: Movies Probably Not Coming Soon to a Theater Near You

The Editor’s Notes is an opinion column allowing our writers to express their honest feelings about comic books, the comic book industry, and all that it inspires. The views expressed within belong solely to their author. Marvel Studios’ man in charge, Kevin Feige recently made comments implying that movies based on Black Panther and Ms./Captain […]

Comic Review: HEXED #1

Hexed is terrific. The writing is tight, thrilling, and focused; and the art and coloring are tremendous. The series follows the original Hexed title released in 2008, but you don’t need to have read it to have a great time. However, there may be some disorientation for new readers. Nelson and his team throw the […]

Total Lunacy: Family, Power, & Sailor Moon

Welcome back to Total Lunacy! A new weekly series where in celebration of Sailor Moon’s international revival, senior Moonologist Anne Mortensen-Agnew will tell you a thing or two about the franchise. Today we continue our in-depth look at the series’ themes, with a focus on the comics. Aaaaand we’re back! Last time around (remember that?) […]

Total Lunacy: History Repeating Itself

Welcome back to Total Lunacy! A new weekly series where in celebration of Sailor Moon’s international revival, senior Moonologist Anne Mortensen-Agnew will tell you a thing or two about the franchise.  This week we have an in-depth look at the series’ themes, with a focus on the comics. Last time on Total Lunacy I gave […]

Total Lunacy: A Brief Introduction to Sailor Moon

Welcome to Total Lunacy! A new weekly series where in celebration of Sailor Moon’s international revival, senior Moonologist Anne Mortensen-Agnew will tell you a thing or two about the franchise.  Up first is an overview of the franchise’s humble origins and just why it became the beloved powerhouse it remains today. In 1991, Japanese comics […]