The writers of LTN share some of the most powerful examples of faith in popular media—both prescriptive and problematic.
Humanity's desire for retribution can be genuine and good, but Alan Moore's Watchmen shows us how our solutions for injustice are unjust and fall short.
Chris and Hector are BACK and so are comics! Well, DC Comics and a few independents are back! Let’s get ready for the return of single-issue comics and catch up on all the latest industry news! News from Episode 2.4 DC Launches New Solicitations Catalog, Newsarama DC’s Digital First ‘Expansion’ May Be Foreshadowing Much Bigger […]
Christians should be careful in their motives and guard their hearts with blasphemous media, but it can strengthen their faith, witness, and love of others.
In the face of the deep divide between fans and critics (*ahem* Star Wars), Kevin Schut argues that criticism can actually change our lives for the better.
It’s been one whole year since Chris and Hector started The Pull List Podcast! Help us celebrate together by talking about Comics!
LTN writer Drew Hood reflects on how BOOM! Studios' Something Is Killing The Children reminds us that we all need someone to lean on.
The Joker is a sadistic villain, but what makes him so popular? Clark Weidner takes a philosophical look at the good and bad behind the DC villain's appeal.
The superheroes in Heroes in Crisis stand out because of their weakness and need rather than their power or strength.
After a week off, Chris and Hector are catching up on comics released in the last three weeks along with all the news. Tom King’s Walmart run is done rather abruptly, Daredevil show runner Drew Goddard inks a deal with Disney, and Hector becomes unhinges as Twilight invades Batman cinema. The duo share their pulls […]