519 articles published since July 30, 2021
About Sayantan Gayen
Sayantan is a comic book fan based in India who loves good storytelling more than anything else. His power to bore people to death with Kaiju lore is only rivaled by his love for books and movies. He has a master's degree in Energy Tech and loves to watch soccer. You can take a gander at his artworks here: @kenichikyuro
Batman & Robin could have been the most commercialized Batman movie to date but the comic adaptation tiptoed around it to focus on its best parts.
Wolverine and Deadpool are two of the most complex characters in Marvel Comics. Between the two of them, they have a lot of strange stories to tell.
Lex Luthor's failing health makes Superman reevaluate their past relationship in a tale heavy on scientific technicalities and self-reflection.
Calvin and Hobbes always captured summer's endless qualities perfectly, representing everything that adults miss about childhood summers.
Spider-Man didn't know he had a sidekick and he's concerned about taking a child into his war on crime, even though Batman paved the way for him.
Although Batman has a strict set of rules that sets him apart from most heroes, he almost wavered in his resolve when his dear old friend went missing
Fallen Friend: The Death of Ms. Marvel #1 brings Kamala's friends, family, and superhero colleagues together for a final moment of remembrance.
While Black Adam is turning over a new leaf, he has never addressed how his nephew's murder led him down a path toward Godhood and villainy.
Kevin Smith retconned a pivotal moment in Batman's DC history when he made light of Frank Miller's storytelling in Year One to tell a juvenile joke.
Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's classic Spider-Man adventure, "If This Be My Destiny," changed the hero's future and his status quo.
In an interview with CBR, Ahmad and Jasim talk about the world they are trying to create with the help of The Boys co-creator Darick Robertson.