On the heels of Avengers: Endgame, a few of the LTN writers reflect on what the MCU has meant to them, their loved ones, and to geek culture as a whole.
In light of his pre-film character studies, Mike Jorgensen takes a look at the heroes of Avengers: Endgame and where their stories leave each of them at the end of this epic cinematic cycle.
Drew Hood takes a look at DC's Shazam! and why a superhero story that focuses on family, trust and encouragement is exactly what the world needs.
It's ok to love or hate The Last Jedi, but the campaign to convince those who feel differently than we do needs to stop.
Complaining about and enjoying time travel fiction like The Umbrella Academy is a staple of nerd culture, but are we missing a lesson about responsibility?
Thor is godly by blood, but after having his perception of self and others battered, he has learned what it means to be godly by his actions.
Bruce Banner's rocky cinematic history contributes to his inconsistent story arcs. We take a look at what this is leading up to in Avengers: Endgame.
In the countdown toward Avengers: Endgame, we look at Captain America and why the world turns to his leadership, even when his values are tested.
In the countdown toward Avengers: Endgame, we look at the tumultuous history of Iron Man and the power and hubris of his self-reliance.
In exploring the How to Train Your Dragon trilogy, Joey Thurmond is reminded of his grandfather and the legacy he left behind: with love comes sacrifice.