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).
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.
With Marvel's lack of queer leads drawing criticism, Brett White examines the complications he sees regarding Deadpool as an omnisexual antihero.
Now that he's gone digital, Brett White realizes that collecting comics and reading comics are two different hobbies with different rewards.
Following the recent discussion regarding Hercules' sexual orientation, Brett White discusses how this particular development affected him.
With rumors of his "Gambit" departure swirling, Brett White pleads with the star of "Magic Mike XXL" not to leave the upcoming X-Men solo film.
With its unique and personal third act, Brett White hopes future Marvel movies will take a chance when it comes to endings.
Brett White shoves some soap in the "Deadpool" trailer's mouth and explains why he wants to see better jokes in the Merc's movie.
With 45 new #1 issues announced today, Brett White lets loose all of his hopes, dreams and fears regarding the new Marvel Universe.
Get a load of Brett's toy collection as he figures out when this obsession started and why it will probably never end.
Brett White learned about the value of both embracing and rejecting stereotypes and labels at NYC's first LGBT comic con.
After attending the new NYC con, Brett White reflects on the show's progressive panels and interviews the people behind two of them.
Of course lifelong Star Wars superfan Brett White has more than a thousand words to say about the retcon in Marvel's "Star Wars" #6.
After reading -- and loving -- this week's "Secret Wars" series, Brett White has just one tiny quibble with the Marvel Comics event.
With the legendary host ending his run tonight, Brett White looks back on his time at "Late Show" through X-Men-tinted glasses.
Despite his aversion to alternate reality storylines, "Secret Wars" #2 might have just sold Brett White on Marvel's new event.