Doug Ernst’s Soulfinder: Demon’s Match IGG Comic Book Campaign is Here!

The history of the consumer hashtag #ComicsGate is a complicated one. But there’s a group of people who have certainly impacted the development of the struggle to make comic books great and viable again; Capn’ Cummings, Englentine from I Love Comics, Captain Frugal, and Washington Times journalist Doug Ernst were in the trenches even before …

Brie Larson’s Captain Marvel: White Supremacists’ Waifu?

Brie Larson has created a lot of controversy this year. Her public statements and appearances in tabloids and interviews have been even more controversial than the Captain Marvel movie itself. The actress has stated that she plans to use her privilege as part of the Hollywood elite and her platforms to signal-boost minorities in the …

Samurai Pizza Cats: Official Fan Book Scheduled for Release in March

Who do you call when you want some cheese and pepperoni in your life? The Samurai Pizza Cats, of course! In the early ’90s, a trio of mechanoid feline fighters became the favorite heroes of many afternoon anime aficionados. Samurai Pizza Cats: Official Fan Book is the ultimate celebration of the original Tatsunoko Productions version of the show, Kyatto Ninden Teyandee. When …

Captain Marvel, Rotten Tomatoes and Your Consumer Rights

Pop culture has never been through so much in so little time. The entertainment industry, in general, can’t seem to control the news anymore. Corporatism’s ugly side in these businesses is becoming unmasked like never before. Comic books, video games, trading cards, movies, TV shows… there are no survivors. Intersectional identity cults seem to be …

REVIEW: Alita: Battle Angel (2019)

A movie that was around 18 years in the making since Guillermo del Toro introduced James Cameron to the manga/anime, Alita: Battle Angel finally opened for the general public on February 14th. The original comic book – Gunnm by Yukito Kishiro, initially published in Shueisha’s Business Jump anthology from 1990 to 1995 – became popular for its gorgeous, edgy, …

Alterna Comics’ Owner Peter Simeti Swatted on a Livestream

The so-called “cultural war” on the internet is getting worse, and extremely dangerous. On February 13, Peter Simeti was livestreaming about comics at the 1st Print Comics channel. Suddenly, mid-broadcast, he was held at gunpoint by a SWAT team. According to Peter’s Twitter, someone called the police claiming to be Simeti himself and stating, “I just …