Superhero Nonsense

This week's Superhero Nonsense column tackles a particularly gross reboot, a PG-rated revamp and Hollywood's humblest superhuman more

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Here's what you need to know about martial arts master Shang-Chi (and who we think should play him) more

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The first reactions to DC's holiday superhero movie are predictably encouraging... but they're also curated by the studio to be that way, so who can we trust? more

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The world is not wanting for reboots, but these caped (or eared) crusaders are truly deserving of a comeback more

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The comic book icon is dead at 95, leaving a legacy of characters who dominate American entertainment more

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Teen Titans Go! To The Movies and Incredibles 2 nicely demonstrate the range of stories available within the superhero genre more

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The CW Network

Two superhero shows based on DC Comics characters are plunging into the polarized state of Donald Trump's America more

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Netflix has pulled the plug on Luke Cage and Iron Fist, leaving the door open for spinoffs on a new streaming platform more

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In this week's Superhero Nonsense column, we find a pleasant escape from the doom-laden landscape of Avengers: Infinity War more

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The long-running sci-fi series remains remarkably traditional, but the time-traveling scientist's gender changes the game in almost every way more

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Frank Masi

For this week's Superhero Nonsense column, a few more thoughts on why Marvel's anti-hero movie is so awful more

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The spy franchise's revolving door of filmmakers coincides nicely with the home release of Solo: A Star Wars Story, which swapped the LEGO guys for Ron Howard more

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DC Entertainment

We're happy to say goodbye to Batfleck – but not to Henry Cavill as Superman more

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Kathryn Gaitens

This week's Superhero Nonsense column unpacks the backlash to the actor's criticism that Hollywood overstates the merits of superhero movies more

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Joe Lederer

In this week's Superhero Nonsense column, we assess Deadpool 2's bonus features and weigh in on director Danny Boyle leaving the next James Bond movie more

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In our latest Superhero Nonsense column, we weigh in on the backlash to the casting of Ruby Rose as Batwoman and detail all the special features in the Avengers: Infinity War Blu-ray and DVD package more

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In our latest Superhero Nonsense column, the news of Warner Bros. and DC's planned Supergirl feature film has our fantasy casting wheels turning more

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The trailer for Tom Hardy's villainous Spidey spinoff is the subject of our latest Superhero Nonsense column more

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In the latest edition of our Superhero Nonsense column, Norm Wilner argues the Guardians Of The Galaxy director was sacrificed to appease trolls and bullies more

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In the first edition of Superhero Nonsense, our new column about comic books and movies, Norman Wilner imagines a Joker origin story that could be more

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