Grounded

Grounded #10: Why Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse is a win for people of color.

Now I know what you are probably thinking “Oh here we go with this liberal bullshit, SJW crap.” But I’m not here to talk about political “diversity” movements being forced down your throats, or about ...

When Comics Get Political #13

When Comics Get Political In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the...

Grounded #9: Aquaman…and the fan who never gave up

The year is 2010. A young 8th-grade boy gets out of school early due to Summer vacation starting, and he goes to his local comic book shop in Akron, Ohio. The last issue of Blackest Night was set to r...

When Comics Get Political #12 (GRAPHIC IMAGERY WARNING)

When Comics Get Political In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the...

Grounded #8: Legacy of Power

25 years. 25 years of a series that spawned from something from a different country. Haim Saban went to Japan on a business trip, and came back having found an idea to bring, what is commonly titled S...

When Comics Get Political #11

When Comics Get Political In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the...

When Comics Get Political #10

When Comics Get Political In this column, I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in th...

This New Grinch Will NOT “Warp” Your Kids Minds Into Snowflakes

So today, my Brother asked my mother and I what we thought of the new “Grinch” movie because he had seen an article by the New York Post about it. This prompted me to read the article myse...

TCWN: BRONZE AGED PRICE VARIANTS, WHAT ARE THEY?

In April of 1976, Marvel decided it was time to raise the price of their comics due to the increase in price of publishing. To test this, six markets were chosen to try the price increase over a four ...