How did the world’s most important superhero franchise get crushed by Ant-Man?
Jaime Weinman examines the comedian and actor’s incredible career and personal history
He came in championing a sensible, non-partisan way for America. He paved the way for the exact opposite.
July 27th, 2015 5 comments
An ’80s water-cooler staple, Berkeley Breathed’s daily comic strip now tries its luck in the Internet age
When opposition to same-sex marriage is part of your political tradition, what’s a party to do? Change the topic to freedom, of course
July 20th, 2015 7 comments
Even before today’s reboot, Archie comics could be great. Here are some of its greatest arcs according to Jaime Weinman
The judge who unsealed Cosby’s damning deposition is not the first to be enraged by the comedian’s hypocrisy
July 7th, 2015 7 comments
Book review: Media critic Michael Wolff explains why digital media may not truly be the future
Jaime Weinman on the latest spate of negative ads from third-party political-action groups, and why one is better than the other
June 25th, 2015 2 comments
The hit film from the director of ‘Up’ revives Pixar’s simple but winning formula: originality
Is our current culture really being choked out by political correctness?