In Its Final Season, The Walking Dead Finally Finds a Reason to Exist Again

For years, Clementine has done nothing but survive, and watch people around her die. Isn't there more to life than that, even in the apocalypse?
Patrick Klepek
Dark Souls

This Comic Artist Made a Graphic Novel About Their 'Dark Souls' Playthrough

Over 57 pages, Ken Mahon paid stylistic tribute to the stressful game that helped him relieve stress.
Patrick Klepek

The Politics, Performances, and Problems of 'Black Panther'

On Waypoint 101, we dig into the movie everybody's talking about right now.
Patrick Klepek
open thread

We Should Be Angrier at Disney Buying Fox...But, Uhh, Galactus! X-Men! MCU!

When fandom and corporate interests align, it can sometimes make us forget the bigger picture.
Patrick Klepek
open thread

A Tender Movie about Bondage, Polyamory, and Wonder Woman

'Professor Marston and the Wonder Women' delves into Wonder Woman's true origins with love, care, and kinky sex.
Danielle Riendeau
At Play in the Carceral State

In 'Injustice 2,' Even Our Heroes Are Authoritarian Assholes

A battle between Superman and Batman showcases the limit of the superhero allegory.
Yussef Cole
Spider Man

Why Miles Morales, the First Black/Latino Spider-Man, Means So Much to People

With 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' out today, more people are discovering why this character hits close to home for some fans.
Patrick Klepek

Why Hasn't Anyone Made a Great Superman Game?

Why is it so hard to get The Man of Steel into a good game?
Xalavier Nelson Jr.

Comic Writer Simon Furman Discusses Three Decades of Transformers and ‘Earth Wars’

The most famous of all Transformers writers is on dialogue duty for a new video game. So naturally we needed a word with him.
Mike Diver