Ashe Schow joins the Federalist Radio Hour to talk campus insanity, the narratives of the liberal media, and the social justice warrior inspired comic books.
Their comic books have lost their core of good storytelling, and are instead pandering to social justice warriors and offering phony diversity pushes.
Luke Cage might as well be Achilles. All the markers are there.
The contradiction between Superman’s words and actions in ‘All-Star Superman’ invites readers to consider the tension between relativism and protecting a community’s safety and happiness.
‘Clinton Cash: The Graphic Novel’ is exposing a wider audience to Peter Schweizer’s research, and could help the Right defeat the Left beyond 2016.
The modern Harley Quinn from ‘Suicide Squad’ should be a social justice warrior’s dream. Yet the group that rallies for ‘choice’ despises any woman who chooses differently.
Matt Battaglia reviews “Captain America: Civil War” and other trends coming out of the comic book industry.
The authors of ‘Batman 44’ say the comic book deals with police shootings and gentrification, and it does, but it doesn’t condemn them.
Tom Ellis almost redeems ‘Lucifer,’ but not quite. Too bad Fox abandoned the comic-book source material, which better depicts the Devil’s sheer willfulness.
The LGBT lobby says queer representation in comics will only be a success when the mainstream DC and Marvel characters are gay.
Marvel has tried to resuscitate its comic books. Unfortunately, it has done so in ‘Captain Ameri-ca’ by targeting half the country.
The core of Comic Con is the fans who buy the tickets, who watch the shows, and who wait in endless lines to ask their favorite celebrities and artists questions.