Brett White is ready to JAM his opinions IN YOUR FACE. A comic book lifer who vows to re-examine every tradition and era (the 90s) of the comic book industry with a newly-objective mindset, Brett now values storytelling over continuity. Witness the fanboy grow into a fan-adult (because "fan-man" sounds weird).
Brett White examines how Captain Marvel has survived one of the trickiest speed bumps in superhero comics: the creative team change-up.
It's a crazy comparison to make, but Brett White sees a lot of the classic "Batman" TV series in the current "Flash" one.
Brett White argues with himself about the rip-roaring new "Suicide Squad" trailer, analyzing how one Queen song has changed everything.
With plenty more Rey merchandise from "The Force Awakens" on the way, Brett White points out how the first wave of "Star Wars" toys fell short.
Brett White says hello to 2016 by saying goodbye to his favorite comic book series from 2015, including some familiar names and a few surprises.
After seeing "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" many, many times, Brett White examines his history with the smuggler turned hero.
Brett White makes a last minute appeal to Jolly Old St. Nick to make sure that the movie he's waited 25 years for is everything he wants it to be.
Brett's fallen for Frank Barbiere and Brent Schoonover's new Marvel series -- and it's not just because it stars Dum Dum Dugan.
In response to "Captain America: Civil War's" trailer, Brett White discusses why the leading men are much better friends than lovers.
Mister Sinister is creepy, invasive, weird and glamorous -- and he's Brett White's fave when it comes to bad guys.
From "The Flash" and "Arrow" to "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.", Brett White puts his college degree to work and shows how "Buffy" made it all possible.
On the eve of his 10 year gay-versary, Brett White runs through his hyper-personal reaction to "Uncanny X-Men" #600's most pivotal scene.
As the presidential election cycle gears up and partisan politics intensify, Brett White cites the new Cap book as essential reading.
Things are pretty great for Star Wars fans lately, but Brett White has words for those that want to ruin things with hate.
Comic book fans want new stories starring their heroes on a monthly basis, and Brett White wants to know if that's really for the best.
Twenty years later, Brett White recounts how the massive X-Men event forever changed the way he looks at comics.
With Jeff Lemire & Humberto Ramos' new X-Men series heading back into "No More Mutants" territory, Brett White reveals why he's okay with that.
Despite his initial trepidation about the blind mania of #ForceFriday, Brett White has given in to his feelings and become one with the Force again.
After reading the last issue of Mark Waid and Chris Samnee's "Daredevil," Brett White looks back on all the feelings this run gave him.
After two years apart, Brett White reconnects with his inner Madrox fan and discovers just how important the character is.