Chris Hemsworth: The Most Talented Actor of the MCU

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer It is no secret that “Thor” is the franchise Marvel has yet to figure out what to do with. Despite having two movies of solid critical and box office success leading up to this threequel, there was never a strong sense of what the “Thor” series was going for, thematically,…

Things Carter Actually Liked About Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer I originally wanted to save this for next week, but I didn’t have time to see Thor, so here we go! I have been a fairly vocal opponent of the DCEU and especially “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” “Man of Steel” was a disappointing misfire, “Suicide Squad” had a…

Marvel’s Private Military Mishap: The Northrop/Marvel Partnership

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer As I hinted a few weeks ago in my Comic-Con discussion, I mentioned that Marvel had gotten itself into hot water with a collaboration they were planning. A few days before the convention, the company announced that  they would be having a panel with Northrop Grumman,  one of the world’s…

Carter’s Third Annual Halloween Spook-Tacular

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer It’s that time of year again, Ladies and Gentlemen! The Spook-tacular’s have been some of my favorite pieces to write because they allow me a week of positivity and the opportunity to introduce readers to a cool new comic, all while indulging in my favorite holiday. While usually I try…

The Peanuts Movie: A Retro Review

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer What do you do when you’re behind schedule and don’t have time for anything too ambitious? A retro review! And for the record, it was between this and “Captain Underpants.” Anyway… When breaking the ice with someone, and the topic of films comes up, there are a handful of films…

The Secret Rick and Morty Threequel

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer I’m a male geek on the internet. Of course I was going to find a way to talk about Rick and Morty. Take a few paragraphs about why Cartoon Network’s acclaimed adult animation is brilliant from any website you want and that probably captures why I love the show. Anyway,…

A Tribute to Adam West: The Batman

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer One of the reasons I wanted to start this semester talking about “Wonder Woman” is to give me more time to put my thoughts into words for this. Over the summer, Adam West, most well known for his role as Bruce Wayne in the 1960’s Batman television series, passed away….

Wonder Woman, Dog Pee, and the Power of a Woman’s Presence

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer Since I saw the film in June, I knew I wanted to talk about “Wonder Woman”. In a particularly strong summer for filmmaking, there was only one film that had me in actual tears. I could make a 7 article series about every little nuance I love about Dianna Prince’s…

Marvel’s Maddening Modern Mistakes

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer Well, this one isn’t going to be fun to write. At the Marvel Retailers Summit late last March, Vice President of Sales David Gabriel made a comment that suggested that he — and by extension, the company — potentially saw the effort to mix up their lineup with new, diverse…

An Amendment to My Previous Comments on “Ghost in The Shell”

By Carter Glace, Staff Writer As mentioned previously, I wrote my piece on the futility and nihilism around the “Ghost in the Shell” whitewashing controversy before the film had been released, meaning I had little context for the actual content of the film. Now that it is out, and pundits are making sense of its…