BY DENNIS R. UPKINS Originally published at 30UpTV Broadcast journalist Corey Graves said it best. There are trailblazers and there are earth scorchers. Gail Simone is definitely the latter. Like many of you, I was introduced to Gail through her run on the DC Comics series Birds of Prey, and became an instant fan of … More Gail Force: An Interview With The Indomitable Gail Simone
BY DENNIS R. UPKINS Originally published at 30UpTV: “I am a woman, a mutant, a thief, an X-Man, a lover, a wife, a queen. I am all these things. I am Storm and for me, there are no such things as limits.” —Storm Nine years old. That was the age of this Catholic Altar Boy … More The Perfect Storm: An Analysis of Marvel’s Most Important Superheroine
It’s always awesome when a work assignment requires you to pen a think piece that is ultimately a love letter to your favorite superhero. Battle on, Windrider!!!!!!
Looking for something to (re)watch while staying at home? I may be able to help you out on that score. Over on 30Up I explain why Crisis On Infinite Earths is the once in a lifetime television event that’s been nearly a century in the making. And now, our feature presentation.
WELL, WELL!!!! Three guesses who offers an analysis on the genius of the Maleficent film series over on 30 Up. And now, our feature presentation.
Today you guys are in for a treat. Over on 30Up, I sit down with the one and only Gail Simone and we discuss everything from comics, writing, diversity, Hollywood, Lion Forge and much more. And now for our feature presentation.
Making my return to 30UP, I list seven exemplary and underrated LGBTQ films that everyone needs to watch. And now our feature presentation.
So for the past few months I’ve been working on a few projects, one of which I’m excited and humbled to finally announce. Making my debut over at 30 Up, today I sit down with one of my oldest and dearest friends, Independent Filmmaker Robert S. Evans and get his thoughts on everything from pursuing … More For The Movies: An Interview With Indie Filmmaker Robert S. Evans