DC Comics Editor Fired Following Sexual Harassment Allegations
Eddie Berganza's alleged conduct has been known to the company since at least 2010.
From Stewardess to Prostitute to Pet-Shop Owner, a History of the Many Lives of Catwoman
Tim Hanley's new book shows us how Catwoman has long channeled anxieties—and excitement—over women behaving badly.
Why Do So Few Hollywood Movies Take Place During World War I?
The Great War wasn't glamorous—and it isn't remembered as reflecting particularly well on the U.S.
How a Magazine Cover From the '70s Helped Wonder Woman Win Over Feminists
Nearly 45 years after they put the female superhero on the cover of Ms. magazine's first issue, the players behind the cover consider its impact, and the new movie.
Lighten Up: Race, Gender, and Skin Color in Comic Books
Are white characters featured in more dynamic ways in comic books than non-white characters?
Conference Call: What’s Happening in November and December
From Perspectives on Progress to 3-D Printing: Destiny, Doom, or Dream?, academic gatherings you should be aware of.