I’ve written so many Invincible articles for this site I should be getting an award by this point. Still, there’s plenty more I want to say about the franchise. Reading the main run’s 144 issues, plus all spin-offs, wasn’t enough to quench my Invincible thirst – especially because season two is a few months away. […]
In some ways, I’ve had my mom’s childhood: only 24, but I grew up with the likes of Bewitched and I Dream of Jeannie. TV reruns and my mother’s DVDs transported me to magical places full of silly humor, and I loved it. So, after WandaVision’s first couple of episodes, I was more than intrigued.
Can Deadpool Die? Despite what he might want you to think, the merc with a mouth is not immortal. Deadpool can die. You just have to be creative to kill him. Fortunately, I am creative, and I’ve read so many Deadpool comics I’ve become the perfect assassin. But just in comics … of course. Writers
What if… Doctor Doom became a hero? If you’ve read as many Fantastic Four comics as I have, you might assume I’m delusional. But bear with me. What if one day, Victor Von Doom realized he was wrong? All those years spent chasing dominion were wasted because all power in the Universe wouldn’t satisfy him.
Deadpool is sometimes a superhero, other times a villain, but most often, he’s an anti-hero – like Taylor Swift. Why the range, you ask? Well… it’s all related to the character’s ever-expanding popularity. At the time of his creation, Deadpool was an unimportant villain, a typical mercenary. But the status quo changed in 1997 with
Omni-Man killed the Guardians of the Globe because the heroes were a threat to the Viltrumites’ plans of conquering Earth. Omni Man, aka Nolan Grayson, is part of a vicious alien race – the Viltrumites – who revel in conquering diverse planets throughout the cosmos. It only took a few millennia, but the powerful empire
I hated Rex Splode from the get-go. When we meet Rex, he’s cocky, hasty, and stupid. I flipped Invincible’s pages to find a redeemable trait but didn’t come anywhere near that. At least not in the beginning. I kept reading Invincible with a puzzled expression on my face, wondering why the hell was Atom Eve
When Conquest came from the skies amid the city’s wreckage, I was curious. When the Viltrumite stated he’d review Earth’s takeover progress, I was… tense. But when he packed the first punch, I was terrified. This feeling never faded. The more things escalated, the more uneasy I became. I remember being terrified for the characters’
I have never been to a geek event where I didn’t see dozens of Deadpools walking around the place. Funnily enough, three or four of them are usually hanging out together. It’s a weird scene, but I have seen it so often that Deadpool’s multiverse of madness doesn’t scare me anymore. But what I realized
I’ve been a fan of Superman since I first saw him in the Justice League animated series. He established himself as a capable leader, one of the bravest superheroes, and a source of inspiration for his teammates. Following my watchlist with the solo animated series only increased my admiration for Clark Kent. But comic books