EXCLUSIVE: An Interview with Zack Snyder

I had the opportunity to interview Zack Snyder about how women are portrayed in his filmography. Not only did I get extensive answers to my questions, I was also able to have a conversation with him about his upcoming projects, his influences, and his creativity throughout the years. The idea for this interview formed during…

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The Women in Zack Snyder’s Films

Ana Clark. Queen Gordo. Sally Jupiter. Babydoll. Sweet Pea. Rocket. Amber. Blondie. Lois Lane. Martha Kent. Wonder Woman. These are the women of Zack Snyder’s films. While he’s known for his adaptations of 300, Watchmen, of Superman and Batman, the women of his filmography are the unsung heroes of his craft. Without these women, these…

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A Look Back At Stan Lee’s NHL Guardians

With Avengers: Endgame well on its way to record-setting heights, it’s only fitting to once again give praise to Stan Lee. After all, the creative maestro is responsible for many of the characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe – characters who are now part of cinematic history, and for whom the venerable Lee will always be remembered.…

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News Roundup: The Batman Casting, Avengers Box Office & More

Yet again, this week has given us a lot of news to mull over, including something that many fans of the Dark Knight have been anxious about for months. Here’s a quick recap of some of the best entertainment news that we’ve received this week. Robert Pattinson confirmed to be the frontrunner for The Batman:…

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Captain America: The MCU’s Greatest Arc

Captain America has always had a unique legacy with Marvel. Jack Kirby and Joe Simon’s character enjoyed an immense level success in the comics when he arrived in 1941’s Captain America #1. Despite being popular with hardcore fans, Captain America was never Spider-Man or the Hulk or even one of the X-Men. When the Marvel…

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The Chance To Be Brave – An Analysis of Tom King’s Batman, Issues 1-13

Note: This article will contain spoilers for the first thirteen issues of Tom King’s Batman Tom King had the monumental task of following Scott Snyder’s legendary run on Batman, and while I’m a huge King fan I wasn’t sure how his Batman would stack up to what came before. I can happily say that King’s…

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The Impact of Avatar: The Last Airbender

In 2005, a show called Avatar: The Last Airbender aired on Nickelodeon. It’s been 14 years since its release, and fans of the series still haven’t forgotten its iconic characters and moments. But how did the show create such a huge impact and long-lasting legacy? Avatar: The Last Airbender has a simple yet understandable plot:…

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(Not So) Great Minds: The Psychology of Trolls

Social media trolls are everywhere, and no bug spray can get rid of them. The battle begins with us. Are you ready to bring change?

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ComicBook Debate Hospital Toy Event

Last week, The Farooqi Bros led ComicBook Debate through our Hospital Toy Event. Working with NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, was an honor for us. As one of the nation’s premier children’s hospitals, we felt it was a great fit for our latest charity. We accomplished our goal of making sure each child got a…

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Avengers: Endgame – REVIEW

Avengers: Endgame culminates the MCU with a swan song that celebrates its rich history and provides a heartfelt conclusion 22 films in the making. Directed by Joe and Anthony Russo and featuring an all star cast of Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Chris Hemsworth, Scarlett Johansson, Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Paul Rudd, Brie…

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