Monthly Archives: May 2016

Steve Rogers in the Age of Donald Trump: On Cynicism, Fiction, and the Power of Fan-work

You know what first turned me on to Marvel? Steve Rogers. Otherwise known as Captain America. I was a casual fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, always enjoying the movies but never really going further, buying the movies but not merchandise, not diving into the fandom, not reading the comics. Then I saw Captain America: […]

The Year of Tone Deaf TV: Sleepy Hollow, Daredevil, and more

I never really used to watch TV. This is not me trying to be a hipster and act like I was too cool. From age 7-15 I lived in a place where we could only get satellite, and not the kind of satellite where you could watch different channels in different rooms. No, if you […]