One could name more than a hundred others who strive to do what’s best for everyone, but the point is that the world needs superheroes so that everybody could have equal share of opportunities and live the life we deserve.
Greg Pak is an award-winning Korean-American comic book writer and filmmaker currently writing “Batman/Superman” and “Action Comics” for DC Comics, “Turok” for Dynamite, and “Storm” for Marvel. His work on “Incredible Hulk” was named “Best Ongoing Series” in 2007.
Below is a 50 question SUPER QUIZ that I administered to college sophomores in my Graphic Novels: Lit Genres class. They took it at the end of the semester, and whoever scored highest received tickets to Age of Ultron.
I still don’t know what to make of this movie.
I didn’t know Thor was a comic book.
Where in the world will you meet a guy who will take you to your favorite author?
One company is capable of delivering forgettable, smile-inducing movies with mainstream appeal and the other is capable of creating remarkable stand-alone films and struggles to bring their characters together cohesively.
When I was young, I was pretty sure I was a superhero. Now that I am older and wiser, I am pretty sure I am a superhero.
Like the ‘Runner Runner’ poster suggests, Justin Timberlake needs to know when to walk away.
I jumped off the bed, flew into the air, and landed the wrong way on my foot, breaking it.