Have you ever wanted to become a superhero? Now you can with the help of these board games that are perfect for superhero fans of all kinds and IPs.
Superheroes have taken over all of geekdom, so it is hard to not have a favorite amongst the bunch. For today’s 30 Day Geek Out Challenge, we’re being asked just that! Continue reading
The other day while I was on vacation, Harry Potter was on so I started watching the Order of the Phoenix. I had the epiphany that during the Ministry fight scenes, it reminded me of various superhero fighting sequences. That led to me identifying which wizard or witch is what hero or villain in the Marvel/ DC universe, which led to this post.
A common misconception is that a superhero and a vigilante are the same thing, and vice versa. However, the two are not synonyms, and although one can be a vigilante and become a superhero, that is an exception to the rule. But how do you tell the two apart?
This is a brief analysis of how women are represented in varying superhero universes, particularly female superheroes.
Many people use graphic novels and comic books synonymously, but they are actually quite different, although the differences may not be clear to the untrained eye.
I have never seen anything divide geeks as much as Marvel vs. DC has. Not only do people have their favorite heroes and villains, but favorite sides completely based on the brand. But in a battle between Marvel favorites and DC equivalents, who would win?
Superweek is here on Geek Chic and it’s all about superheroes, comic books, and crime fighting awesomeness. Superweek will have a post everyday to match the theme, including Marvel vs. DC, Superfight review, and more! Stay tuned for more posts from Geek Chic for Superweek!
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At this year’s San Diego Comic Con, a group of fantastic and kick ass women came together for a panel to discuss their roles as powerful women both in character and out.