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A man with barely usable arms or legs writes and draws comics from a stick in his mouth. Meet Larime Taylor, a bearded, middle-aged California-based comic book artist stuck in a wheelchair and living in near poverty.
Where are the gay superheroes? Surely we have more to be heroic about than the average crusader. In this edition of Weeklings!, I discuss "gay superpowers" that I'd love a gay superhero to have. And get this: Some of them pertain to all of us -- and to you too, Gwyneth Paltrow.
A recent Change.org online petition to get the Disney Store to "stop selling sexist Avengers T-shirts" has received nearly 6,000 signatures. The shirts in question include one for boys that reads, "Be a Hero," and one for girls that reads, "I Need a Hero."
If you've ever been even semi-lucid on a St. Patrick's Day, you're probably familiar with the phrase 'luck of the Irish.'
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This difficulty to write white female superheroines has fallen down even more so on black female superheroines, who not only become victims to the white male sexist imagination, but, among other things, it's racist stereotypes.
With these two brand new titles, DC Comics is taking the themes and issues that came to the surface with the Occupy Wall Street movement and are bringing both sides of the coin into the world of superheroes.
Is there really one person who can depict it all without contending with their fallible human vulnerabilities? There must be a healthier way to believe in heroism all together.
In Alter Egos, I wanted to set my characters in a world where superheroes disappoint us, the way our politicians, advisors and leaders often do.
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Is it Halloween, April Fools or both? That was the question I asked myself after I watched the LG advert by SuperHeroes Amsterdam online.
What began as an innocent attempt by Kevin to enjoy the outdoors with his mini dachshund and get some exercise ended up turning into a crazy encounter with a fan who just happened to be camping in his car with "the longest telephoto lens in the world."
No, toddlers weren't bitten by radioactive spiders or born on the planet Krypton. But have you ever tried to pry a pack of gum out of a toddler's hand in the Target checkout line? Talk about strength!
Brazilian cartoonist Lacarmélio de Araújo wears a bright yellow suit and hits the streets of Belo Horizonte every morning to sell his own comic books. He's become a well-known street personality in this Brazilian town.
So, why did Stan Lee decide to create the epic World of Heroes on YouTube? It's simple, really. "We put it together for mankind," Lee says.