Xochitl Gonzalez’s culture picks include Yellowjackets, the Broadway revival of Sweeney Todd, and Black Panther
With Penguin Classics’ editions of Marvel superhero comics featuring Captain America and Black Panther, an American genre goes for highbrow recognition.
Though Thor’s muscles are resplendent in Marvel’s latest film, his heart isn’t in it.
“There are moments that had me tearing up, and yet, I understand if people want to say this is the end of cinema.”
Hawkeye’s normalcy is what makes him interesting.
Chloé Zhao, the director of Eternals, prioritizes humanism over action. The result is a soulful, refreshing superhero tale.
Putting brand-new movies on streaming services might seem great for viewers. But in the long run, it’s bad for everyone.
For more than a decade, the studio’s films and shows have been paragons of careful continuity. So far, Loki does away with that.
The film’s last moments may be polarizing audiences, but they fit Captain America’s journey perfectly.
Marvel has given the series a barnstorming, and surprisingly moving, finale.
Marvel’s latest—and largest—production is far from perfect, but it melds its many, many elements into an impressive mix of humor and sorrow.
Ahead of Avengers: Infinity War, the extended cinematic universe has been sweeping away its status quo—and questioning the very nature of superheroism.
A recent push for diversity has been blamed for weak print sales, but the company’s decades-old business practices are the true culprit.