Happy 4th of July! As we celebrate America's Independence Day, Craig Nash brings us the top 10 comic book superheroes that exemplify the best of America.
Each week, as we make our way through this Advent season, LTN Writers will provide short nerdy devotionals for you and your family to enjoy.
This Advent season we look to the stories we tell that reflect the hope found in the Gospel, as we prepare for Christ's second coming.
Chris and Hector break out their long boxes as they look back and try to pick their top comic pulls from 2021.
Chris has a new secret lair and Hector is laying down zingers left and right as they discuss Image Comics unionizing and more DC delays.
Penguin Random House is shipping comics with bubble wrap, Daredevil is now the woman without fear, and Marvel gives a 2022 info dump.
Many Christians only ask whether a piece of fiction is ok, but maybe there are other, better questions we might ask ourselves to get more out of the stories we consume.
Rather than glorifying trauma, Black Widow reminds us of its cost and the worth of the bodies subjected to it.
Love Thy Nerd is dedicated to thoughtful engagement with Phase 4 MCU content. You can find our reflections on the MCU series at these links: WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and Loki. Please note that all articles contain spoilers for their respective content. Spoilers for Marvel’s Black Widow appear in this article. Black […]
Each week, as new episodes of Loki drop, LTN Writers reflect on the new MCU series. Check in to see what we think about the Sacred Timeline.