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FEATURE: Ten More Supervillain-Led Comic Book Movies That Should Happen

FEATURE: Ten More Supervillain-Led Comic Book Movies That Should Happen

Normally, comic book movies feature the heroes as the protagonists. However, that’s about to change with this summer’s Suicide Squad, the first major CBM to be told from the villains’ perspective. Antagonists such as Deadshot, Harley Quinn and The Joker headline this movie, with writer-director David Ayer proclaiming that it’s time for “Bad vs. Evil.”

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Diversity Aboveground: 2015 Recap

2015 was an exciting time for diversity in entertainment. Now’s the time to celebrate the triumphs that happened this year. Star Wars: The Force Awakens “It’s a phenomenon in the [film] industry that we call ‘stupid people’. There is genuine, recalcitrant, intractable sexism, and old-fashioned quiet misogyny that goes on. You hear ‘Oh, [female superheroes]

FEATURE: Eight SPIDER-MAN Spin-Off Movies That Should Be Made

Sony Pictures attempted to expand the Spider-Man universe with 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which set up a planned Sinister Six spin-off film. Movies starring Venom and an unknown female hero were also in the works. However, these plans were pretty much scrapped when Amazing Spider-Man 2 underperformed, and a new iteration of Peter Parker

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Diversity Aboveground: New Magneto Needed?

Nowadays, it can feel like Marvel is nothing but change. Thor, Wolverine and Hawkeye are women. Captain America is African-American. Spider-Man has a Latina mother and an African-American father. With the end of Secret Wars: House of M coming up on October 28, is it time for a new Magneto? The current Magneto, Erik Lehnsherr

FEATURE: Marvel Should Adapt Their Horror Universe For Netflix

Marvel is expanding it’s reach to audiences and will eventually have to film the Defenders series, which will likely finally end the first wave of their Netflix series. There has been some speculation over the last couple of months of where the television division could be going with their second wave at Netflix. While I’ve heard

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Diversity Aboveground: Accepting Homosexuality

The world has come a long way in the acceptance of others. In the majority of the western hemisphere and Europe, homosexuals are allowed to marry or at the very least, have civil unions. Many are given rights against discrimination. Even in countries without any laws to help homosexuals, populations are becoming more and more

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Diversity Aboveground: Flashback Friday-Juniper Lee

In 2005, an amazing thing happened on children’s television. There were three animated programs with Asian protagonists: Jackie Chan Adventures, American Dragon: Jake Long, and The Life and Times of Juniper Lee. Lee was the first female Asian superhero to have her own show. Kids WB premiered the Jackie Chan Adventures in 2000 at the

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