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).
If you can't get enough of seeing Marvel's muscular males in ridiculous swimsuits, then Brett White has a treat for you.
Even though he played no part in the book's creation, Brett White feels a curious swelling of pride for the soon-to-conclude comedy comic.
With tragedy after tragedy unfolding in the news, Brett White looks to Ororo Munroe's new series to find a sense of hope.
Brett believes Marvel Studios could make the first unquestionably great female superhero movie -- but he might be getting tired of waiting.
Brett White dispels the misguided notion that there are no comics at the infamous comic convention.
As he prepares for his SDCC trip, Brett White wonders why he doesn't re-read his favorite comics more often.
In a move that should surprise absolutely no one, Brett White loves the reimagined Thor!
Brett hopes to see more empathy and understanding from both sides of social media arguments, but he really just wants the outrage cycle to stop.
Brett White reveals how he broke into the wild world of comic book journalism, and explains why he won't work for free.
Things get super personal as Brett celebrates his 100th IYFJ by counting down his comic book crushes.
Brett shares his thoughts, negative and positive, about New York City's all-new, all-comics summer convention.
Brett comes clean as a video game novice and reveals what the brick-based Marvel adventure has taught him.
"Southern Bastards," Jason Aaron and Jason Latour's new Image Comics series, hits Brett a little close to home.
Brett loved the latest X-Men film, but he still highlights two seriously big problems that do need to be addressed for the next installment.
Brett relives the events surrounding the release of the first X-Men film, and the time James Marsden walked him and his mother to Blockbuster Music.
With Gambit's future X-film situation becoming a bigger topic of discussion by the day, Brett wonders why he has a soft spot for the Ragin' Cajun.
After seeing "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," Brett wonders why blind rigidity to its source material outweighed the potential to tell a genuinely progressive super hero tale.
Despite a lifelong adoration of Star Wars, writer Brett White still has a problem with "Episode VII's" current lack of female characters.
Brett explains, in detail, exactly why Daredevil's chubby buddy means so much to both the character and the superhero genre.
Brett White has a few things to say to the social media users that are giving male comic book fans a bad name.