Marvel Comics supervillain Fasaud. Show how easily it is screw up any attempt at potraying social or cultural or political diversity. *Maybe* it’s easier to show it using “heroic” characters. 402 more words
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Blackbriar Thorn! DC Comics character. “Druid priest” (as far as comics go, basically another “wizard”) from the era of Ancient Rome.
So, depending on what writer/artist team is doing the story, Blackbriar either looks completely human or he still looks like an animated wooden statue. 156 more words
The genius of Jessica Jones (and David Tennant) in rendering the entitled modern man-child as a grotesque supervillain
A primary problem with labelling a film/TV genre as “superhero” is that it ignores the fact that the best examples of the medium are as reliant on a strong villain as they are on a brave do-gooder. 918 more words
One thing about Marvel Comics’ version of Earth: it’s been subject to quite a few extraterrestrial visitation.
I mean, there were the Celestials, gargantuan humanoid traveling scientists. 371 more words
I kind of ran with some likely inaccurate science here based on something I read in my science textbook a few years ago. Don’t know if it actually works cross species like this but… It’s a caption involving superheroes and magic so scientific validity isn’t my main concern. 37 more words