Clark holds me in his arms. His grasp is strong. I don’t feel any pain. Behind him, the sky is brilliant. It reminds me of my journey to Earth. Strange how a sight so beautiful can come of such horror. He’s crying. Don’t cry, Clark. I don’t think I can bear to see you cry.… Continue reading Twenty-One Years: A Supergirl Story
In spite of the recent disappointments of Batman vs Superman and Suicide Squad, a bright spot of both films was Ben Affleck’s portrayal of the Caped Crusader. So when it was announced that Affleck would be writing, directing and starring in a standalone film, there was a lot of excitement to go around. Affleck has become an acclaimed director… Continue reading Who Should Be in the Solo Batman Movie?
It started off with a simple concept; bring the sidekicks of DC’s marquee superheroes together to have their own adventures, no adults allowed. It was the 1960s, the height of the Silver Age of Comics. The original team consisted of Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Speedy and Wonder Girl. The team would eventually disband, and… Continue reading From Page to Screen: Celebrating the Teen Titans
Fictional media is incredibly powerful, and it impacts us in very real ways. Often, we find more truth in it than we do in reality. And what is always at the heart of it is great characters. If written well enough, they will be more than just characters; they will feel like people. And if… Continue reading What Dinah Laurel Lance Means to Me
For my birthday this past summer, a friend of mine got me a Batman t-shirt. It’s simple; black with that iconic yellow bat. The first time I wore it out was when I went to get a burrito. I got to the restaurant, and in the span of about five minutes I got three separate compliments.… Continue reading Why I Love Barbara Gordon