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  • Need a name for your steampunk persona? Love the sound of Victorian names? Here's a list of more than 300 Victorian steampunk names to check out. There's even a fun tool to help you make up your own unique name.

    300+ Badass Victorian Steampunk Names

    300+ Badass Victorian Steampunk Names

    by Claudia Mitchell6

  • One of the most lingering aspects to me about "The Silmarillion" was the tale of Numenor, an island inhabited by the best of humanity. Its destruction was so severe, so total, that I had to examine the motivation behind it.

    Numenor: An Experiment Doomed to Fail

    Numenor: An Experiment Doomed to Fail

    by Jamal Smith0

  • The Marvel Universe, while being quite progressive to the plight of the Native American, still has a good amount of ridiculous stereotypes that don't belong in any kind of publication.

    Who Are The Native American Heroes of Marvel Comics?

    Who Are The Native American Heroes of Marvel Comics?

    by Christopher Peruzzi37

  • If you want to discover the best Star Wars books but don't know where to start, then this Star Wars book guide is what you need to read first.

    Top 10 Star Wars Books to Read in 2020

    Top 10 Star Wars Books to Read in 2020

    by Rui Carreira3

  • The Walking Dead comic book series was created by Robert Kirkman and ran from 2003 to 2019. The series has become immensely popular, has a huge number of devoted fans and has spawned the equally successful TV series. As a result of its popularity, back issues have become highly collectible, with some attracting very large values. Here is a brief guide to the highlights in the series from a collector's perspective.

    The Walking Dead Comic Series: A Collector's Guide

    The Walking Dead Comic Series: A Collector's Guide

    by Kieran Clarke19

  • 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.

    The Thirteen Graphic Novels that No Comic Book Fan Should Be Without

    The Thirteen Graphic Novels that No Comic Book Fan Should Be Without

    by Christopher Peruzzi70

  • The Green Lantern Power Corps Power Ring is one of the most powerful items in the universe. What does the GLC ring do? Here is a list of all of the lantern corps power rings from the entire emotional spectrum. Red lanterns, blue lanterns, orange lanterns and more!

    Green Lantern Corps Power Rings

    Green Lantern Corps Power Rings

    by Len Cannon23

  • Caranthir is one of the sons of Feanor who gets less attention than his brothers, Maedhros, Celegorm, and Curufin. However I think there's more than meets the eye to him than is given credit for.

    Middle-earth Profiles: Caranthir

    Middle-earth Profiles: Caranthir

    by Jamal Smith0

  • If you hear of a DC character, they will use them despite how obscure. I’ve seen characters make appearances on the animated The Brave and The Bold that made me sit back and remember that some of these characters still had some life. For example, the rarely used character Batman Zur-En-Arrh was recently unearthed in both television and in print. Although the silver age version of the character was essentially “Batman from another planet”, the modern age version is a backup personality that Bruce

    Five DC Characters You've Probably Never Heard Of

    Five DC Characters You've Probably Never Heard Of

    by Christopher Peruzzi8

  • No one bats a thousand. My point is that for every Spider-man idea there are thirty Speedballs and OMACs littering the landscape. And every once in a while, we see a character that is just plain sad.

    Five Really Lame Marvel Villains

    Five Really Lame Marvel Villains

    by Christopher Peruzzi13

  • 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.

    Six (Seven Actually) Really Lame DC Villains

    Six (Seven Actually) Really Lame DC Villains

    by Christopher Peruzzi16

  • The Marvel Universe has kept the spirit of vampires alive through new stories using classic monsters as well as making new kinds of vampires based in science. Here we learn more about these blood-sucking monsters like Dracula and Morbius.

    Superhero Academy 101: Vampirism—Science, Magic, and Psychology

    Superhero Academy 101: Vampirism—Science, Magic, and Psychology

    by Christopher Peruzzi0

  • The Marvel Universe is a vibrant living thing with new characters coming out every day. Today, I want to talk about six of the forgotten women in their cast of characters. Each has a story.

    Six Forgotten Women of the Marvel Universe

    Six Forgotten Women of the Marvel Universe

    by Christopher Peruzzi2

  • Ever since the Human Torch entered the public consciousness in the golden age of comics, we've been fascinated with fire-based characters. Here are 13 from Marvel Comics for your consideration.

    Where's the Fire? 13 Flame-Based Marvel Characters

    Where's the Fire? 13 Flame-Based Marvel Characters

    by Christopher Peruzzi7

  • In the final climax of "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix," the biggest mysteries of magic were explored by Harry and his friends, but one remained ambiguous and obscured.

    Harry Potter Theory: The Love Room Mystery

    Harry Potter Theory: The Love Room Mystery

    by Filipe Baião7

  • If you're looking for more manga like "One Piece," this is the place to find it! Grab one of these similar manga and get your fill of adventure!

    10 Manga Like "One Piece"

    10 Manga Like "One Piece"

    by Cheeky Kid2

  • If you’ve ever wanted to be a superhero, now is your chance! Superhero names are fun to come up with, and there is a superhero name for everyone! Take a look at this list of epic names!

    300+ Super Cool Superhero Names

    300+ Super Cool Superhero Names

    by Tatiana129

  • Despite how much I like the Harry Potter series, it is undeniable that it contains quite a few inconsistencies throughout, with varying degrees of impact to the overall story. Today, I'll point out one plot hole per book that I found worthy of note. Warning: This article contains spoilers.

    7 Plot Holes (or Nitpicks) in the Harry Potter Books

    7 Plot Holes (or Nitpicks) in the Harry Potter Books

    by Filipe Baião2

  • Over the last 50 years, Marvel Comics has amassed some pretty powerful villains. 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 Ten Most Powerful Threats in the Marvel Universe

    The Ten Most Powerful Threats in the Marvel Universe

    by Christopher Peruzzi34

  • Marvel has all kinds of strange beings within its collective universe. With the MCU digging into the mythology, we should talk about the immortals called "The Elders of the Universe."

    Who Are the Elders of the Universe?

    Who Are the Elders of the Universe?

    by Christopher Peruzzi4

  • Knowledge is power. Super knowledge is superpower. The Marvel Universe has its share of smarty-pants wearing heroes and villains. Here I list many of the big brains of the MU.

    Super Geniuses of the Marvel Universe

    Super Geniuses of the Marvel Universe

    by Christopher Peruzzi4

  • Can Vladimir Propp's analysis of Russian folklore be applied to the modern-day comic book industry? We'll find out by exploring the origins of one of the most famous Marvel heroes of all time: Spider-Man!

    Propp's Morphology and Comics:

    Propp's Morphology and Comics: "Amazing Fantasy" #15

    by Nathan Kiehn0

  • Liking the game-world/other-dimension theme in "Re:Monster"? Then here are ten more manga like "Re:Monster" for you to read and venture into!

    10 Manga/Manhwa Like "Re:Monster"

    10 Manga/Manhwa Like "Re:Monster"

    by Cheeky Kid24

  • Here are ten books in the original Goosebumps series, written by R.L. Stine, that deserve to be called the best of the bunch. Must-read Goosebumps books for a child interested in horror fiction.

    Top 10 Best Goosebumps Books by R.L. Stine

    Top 10 Best Goosebumps Books by R.L. Stine

    by Amanda11

  • Some of the best horror comic books, manga, and graphic novels like North 40 and Uzumaki send shivers down my spine. They have a gripping plot, excellent artwork, and a compelling and bizarre theme. Here are some of the rarest and best horror comics and manga of all time.

    10 Best Horror Comic Books

    10 Best Horror Comic Books

    by Anurag Ghosh20

  • This is a comprehensive guide to Stephen King first editions. It includes a full list of indicators for recognizing true first edition Stephen King novels, as well as approximate values.

    Stephen King First Editions:  How to Recognize One

    Stephen King First Editions: How to Recognize One

    by Anna Marie Bowman253

  • 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.

    Best Harry Potter Fanfiction

    Best Harry Potter Fanfiction

    by Andrew Po37

  • With all of the hype that’s gone on in the last few months over the Avengers Movie and The Amazing Spider-man, you’d have to have been living under a rock to not know that comic book fiction is making a definite comeback into popular culture. Sure, we all know all of the major characters from television and some of the movies that have been made over the last decade. The characters of the Hulk, Spider-man, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, and Thor are best known. These are the other guys.

    Five Great Marvel Heroes You've Probably Never Heard Of

    Five Great Marvel Heroes You've Probably Never Heard Of

    by Christopher Peruzzi11

  • Severus Snape—the dark Potions professor of Hogwarts who frightened students and engaged readers—is one of the most iconic Harry Potter characters of all time! His actions and motives were heroic as well as spiteful. From the first book to the last, fans have always been fascinated by Severus Snape.

    10 Lesser-Known Facts and Fan Theories About Severus Snape

    10 Lesser-Known Facts and Fan Theories About Severus Snape

    by Deborah Minter2

  • The solo Elf in the Fellowship of the Ring is an unusual chap, but not for the reasons you might think. Learn the fascinating story of Legolas of Mirkwood, hidden in the writings of J.R.R. Tolkien.

    Legolas of Mirkwood: Prince Among Equals

    Legolas of Mirkwood: Prince Among Equals

    by tinw19

  • Selling vintage comic books can be a fun hobby and business, but these items need special care when shipping to preserve their valuable condition. These detailed instructions show you how to package comic books for shipping. Proper packaging will help guarantee happy customers and positive feedback!

    How to Properly Package Vintage Comic Books for Shipping

    How to Properly Package Vintage Comic Books for Shipping

    by Donna Herron6

  • Here are the top 10 best romance manga that will tug all of your heartstrings. Fall in love and experience all the romance you can while reading these tales of love.

    The 10 Best Romance Manga

    The 10 Best Romance Manga

    by Cheeky Kid26

  • FFN and AO3 are the two biggest fanfiction archives on the Internet today. Which one do you prefer? Let's take a closer look at the pros and cons of each.

    FanFiction.Net vs. Archive of Our Own

    FanFiction.Net vs. Archive of Our Own

    by Nicole Pellegrini69

  • Due to the premise of DC’s 52, Earth appears to be the keystone which keeps the DC Multiverse together. So, luckily, we always get a front row seat to the menace du jour. And we speak of menaces and threats to this universe. Some enemies were old favorites and were easy to see. Some required a bit of research and personal recollection and analysis.

    The Eleven Most Powerful Villains and Threats in the DC Universe

    The Eleven Most Powerful Villains and Threats in the DC Universe

    by Christopher Peruzzi30

  • I’m going to write more of the creatures that scare us. Why? Well, because the veils of this living world and the next are thin‚ it gets the blood pumping.

    Why Are We Fascinated With Monsters?

    Why Are We Fascinated With Monsters?

    by Christopher Peruzzi2

  • There weren’t many characters to draw from. I was leery from the start that DC could invent a good Native American character after coming up with embarrassing concepts like ”Pow Wow” Smith. Here is a list of some Native American characters in the DC universe.

    Who Are The Native American Heroes of the DC Universe?

    Who Are The Native American Heroes of the DC Universe?

    by Christopher Peruzzi6

  • This list curates manga/manhwa like "Tales of Demons and Gods." So, if you like stories involving any of the following; demons, gods, spirits, or reincarnations, then these are for you.

    10 Manga Like "Tales of Demons and Gods"

    10 Manga Like "Tales of Demons and Gods"

    by Cheeky Kid5

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