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Big-time science nut who dabbles in the world of entertainment writing. Professional writer and editor with a background in marketing, online journalism, publishing, and the natural sciences.

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Movie article
comicsverse.com

Best of 2016: The 22 Best Films of the Year (Part 2) - ComicsVerse

Despite a great deal of discussion to the contrary, 2016 ended up being a high watermark year for cinema.

Steve article
comicsverse.com

Goodbye Captain America, Hello Steve Rogers

CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR cracks under the strain of trying to juggle two disconnected story lines

Asian article
comicsverse.com

Asian Representation and Erasure in Western Media [Roundtable]

White Washing. Yeah, it happens. We get Real about Asian erasure and stereotyping in western media.

Rim article
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PACIFIC RIM: Unintended Misogyny

PACIFIC RIM had all the makings of a great film. Too bad it dropped the ball by the end.

Hero article
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I AM A HERO VOL. 1 - 2: Societal Gender Conflict and Zombies

I AM A HERO is light on zombies and plot, but is a delicately wrought character study and sheds a spotlight on modern gender conflict in Japan.

Wicked article
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The Wicked and the Divine

Witches, demons, gods, and mortals - just another day in the world of The Wicked and the Divine.

Dead article
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The DEADPOOL Dilemma: PG-13 vs R-rating?

Deadpool is a belligerent and boorish tour-de-force of violent and sexual energy, ready to lay waste to (or bed) anyone who may stumble in his path. That's just the way we like him.

Spider article
comicsverse.com

SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY - the Ultimate Character Assasination

SPIDER-MAN: ONE MORE DAY betrays the single most crucial aspect of Peter’s character.

Monst article
comicsverse.com

Episode 66: MONSTRESS by Marjorie Liu

MONSTRESS uses fantasy as a means to explore oppression, subjugation, race and gender relations, and the idea of otherness.