This top 10 list contains the best Harry Potter fanfics I've ever read. Find good stories to read and tell me about your own favorites.
I analyze why overpowered and self-righteous superheroes tend to be less revered than flawed and imperfect ones and make a case for why they might be more interesting than we give them credit for.
Jean Grey has had a lot of costumes to go along with her many identities; Phoenix / Marvel Girl and teams; X-Men / X-Factor . Check out her costume history and how her outfits has evolved over the years.
In the midst of a stagnant and depressed world, heroes like Batman, Robin, and Lao Tzu (Laozi) teach us that true strength comes from within. It is up to us to fix the problems we see in the world. The world is a battleground. If we don't take action, darkness will win.
A Court of Wings and Ruin is the culmination of the great war that has been building up for the last two novels, and the satisfying answer to what the mighty, secret abilities are within ancient beings, including Amren, as well as displaying all the powers that Feyre is truly capable of wielding.
A Court of Frost and Starlight is a cool breeze of Night Court air, and while contentions gurgle below the surface, it remains a deeper insight into a city, and a world, that dreams of peace, hope, and starlight.
With clever twists, quick suspense, and engrossing tales interwoven in the storyline, The Hazel Wood will make you yearn for answers from grim stories you’ve truly never heard before.
Some of the best horror comic books, manga and graphic novels like North 40, Uzumaki, Tales from the Krypt and 30 Days of Night send shivers down spine. They have a gripping plot, excellent artwork and a compelling and bizarre theme. Here are some of the rarest and the best horror comics and manga of all time.
Just when I thought it was a herculean task to find and comment about five of the lamest Marvel villains, I found something even more difficult - DC Villains. While Marvel has had more than its fair share of lame villains, I really had to check all of my resources to find them.
People start reading comic books and graphic novels for a variety of reasons. The one common denominator I've found is that they rarely begin without someone introducing them to the medium. In recent years, I've taken the role of indoctrinating many people to this fantastic medium.
With Avengers: Infinity War, there are lots of questions about the Infinity Gauntlet - how it works, what it does, and why does it make Thanos such a menace. In this article, I try to connect the dots and explain what can only be guessed at by an average audience viewer.
Over the last fifty years, Marvel Comics has amassed some pretty powerful villains - and villains are people you should be worried about. However, the term "villain" and "threat" are not necessarily synonymous. Should you see any of these characters within the plot, you should be a little worried for the hero or team.
The Sand Superman was born from the atomic kryptonite explosion that hit Superman which was so powerful that it left an inter-dimensional doorway at the impact site where Superman hit the sand. The doorway was from the Quarrm dimension and an entity traveled through it using the life energy that Superman had. As Quarmers don’t have a general shape it used the impression that Superman left with his body after the explosion to mold around itself.