Charisma Carpenter and Amber Benson are the latest people to speak out about their experiences working with Joss Whedon on television. Carpenter and Benson’s comments follow Ray Fisher speaking out about his experiences working on Justice League. I want to stress first and foremost that I also stand with both Charisma Carpenter, Amber Benson, and Ray Fisher. If these three are speaking out about Joss Whedon, there is certainly no doubt that others have had…"Joss Whedon and Shitty Men in Hollywood"
Marvel’s The Avengers is the team-up movie that we’ve been waiting for and it’s absolutely everything we wanted it to be. Loki wants to rule Earth. There’s really no other way to put it. After promising to turn over the Tesseract to the Chitauri, they will provide him with an army. Oh Loki, don’t go making promises you can’t keep. It probably will not end well. Back on Earth, Dr. Selvig (Stellan Skarsgård) is continuing his…"The Avengers – The Road to Endgame"
Are American audiences ready for their first transgender superhero to hit the big screen in a movie adapted from comic books? With the recent release of DC’s Wonder Woman and Marvel’s Black Panther due out next February, this is a question that has been on my mind mostly due to communities that tend to be under-represented in television and film. I’m a writer myself, mostly with a lot of ideas of television and film but…"Comic Books: Will a Transgender Superhero ever hit the Big Screen?"