The Means, Part 5: Healthcare

The Means, Part 5: Healthcare by Bobby Dillon So I’m reading a book. It’s called An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take it Back by former physician and current New York Times columnist Elisabeth Rosenthal. Elisabeth Rosenthal has done some great work on healthcare. For years now, she has been doing some in-depth reporting and editorial work discussing just … Continue reading The Means, Part 5: Healthcare

INVINCIBLE: The Best Superhero Show You Aren’t Watching

INVINCIBLE: The Best Superhero Show You Aren’t Watching by Jack Sellers In the modern movie and tv landscape, superheroes have dominated for the past several years. Despite loving superheroes as much as I do, it can feel like it’s the only thing to watch and it can get a little tiring. So, it might sound surprising that I’m recommending yet another superhero show for you … Continue reading INVINCIBLE: The Best Superhero Show You Aren’t Watching

Why We Need a Man-Bat Movie

Why We Need a Man-Bat Movie by Logan Volkert Opinion* Let’s talk Batman. I love the character, and I love his world. Gotham is dark, unwelcoming, dangerous, and its inhabitants are eccentric and grotesque. It’s a city that blends Lovecraftian design with superhero narratives. From its thematic dive into mental illness with characters like the Riddler, or its exploration of twistedly beautiful romances like with … Continue reading Why We Need a Man-Bat Movie