I’ll never criticize a movie for trying to punch above its weight
Helen Oyeyemi’s acclaimed novel explores race using the literary tools of fable, fairy tale, and magical realism. But does she use one trick too many?
Despite the accolades, Forest can find little reason to remember the latest Cap adventure.
Anna and Jeff close out the first arc of Pretty Deadly with much love for Kelly Sue DeConnick and Emma Rios’ work.
Aronofksy called Noah the least biblical Biblical movie ever made. Forest agrees. Kind of.
She-Hulk is an easy book to fall for. It’s smart and funny, and most importantly, original. It’s a comic you should read.
Vonnegut’s 1963 novel surveys religion and science—and declares a pox on both houses.
G. Willow Wilson takes up the question of superhero identity with a character who wears any identity.
We’ve known Kellly Sue DeConnick’s Carol Danvers as a pilot and neighbor and deep feeling woman. Now we will know her chiefly as a superhero.
With The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson moves one stelp close to directig live-action cartoons