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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.
Black Widow superfan Brett White tries to sort out all of the character's controversial reveals in the wake of "Avengers: Age of Ultron."
With Bobby Drake outed as of "All-New X-Men" #40, Brett White shares his possibly too personal thoughts about the coming out scene.
In anticipation of the Man Without Fear's Netflix debut, Brett White talks about his Daredevil love and why the hero is more than Marvel's Batman.
Following the reveal of "Deadpool's" R rating, Brett White offers the case for a more inclusive rating.
Brett White has come to realize why he's so pumped for "Furious 7" -- it's basically an "X-Force" movie.
Following a trio of recent controversies, Brett White examines how his comic book social life has changed.
Brett White examined Marvel's diverse lineup of books and noticed that one section of the population is underrepresented.
Revisiting the question for a third time, Brett White reflects on a blockbuster year for the women of Marvel.
Brett White wants comic book movies to learn a thing or two from this ridiculous-yet-progressive female-driven action franchise.
The recent Sony/Marvel deal kicked up Brett White's X-Paranoia again, but this time he figured out a way to fight those feelings.
Brett White has something to get off his chest about what's been removed from actor Charlie Cox's chest for his lead role as Daredevil.
"Avengers: Age of Ultron" toy lines have been announced, and Brett White has a problem with their lack of Natasha Romanoff.
In light of yesterday's "Secret Wars" reveals, Brett White is of two minds when it comes to Marvel's new event -- but which one will win out?
Brett White inducts five more comic book colorists into his personal -- yet still very prestigious -- Colorist Hall of Fame.
Brett White reflects on 2014 by counting down his ten favorite series and single issues from the previous year.
Brett White expresses his newfound appreciation for the classic character thanks to the work done by Jeff Parker, Evan Shaner and Jordie Bellaire.
Brett White expresses his disappointment in Robert Kirkman's decision to play it safe when it comes to "The Walking Dead's" breakout character.
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Brett lists the comics, movies and television shows he's thankful for -- and caps it off with a sexy swimsuit special surprise.
Brett White rallies the troops behind Marvel's "Storm" ongoing written by Greg Pak, the best comic you aren't reading.
Brett White takes on all the Cap Trolls and explains why people need to accept that Billy is Shazam and Carol is Captain Marvel.
Writer Brett White examines his fondness for Carol Danvers and explains why her feature film does not diminish Black Widow's place in the MCU.
The cancellation of Marvel's "She-Hulk" series has worked Brett White into a frenzy, and he's calling for changes to the way comics are marketed.
Writer Brett White's explains how the debut issue embodies the most often forgotten word in "feminism's" definition.
Writer Brett White's head might understand why Marvel's mutants have taken a backseat, but that doesn't mean his heart is any less broken.
Now that her amazing debut is behind her, Brett White hopes that this isn't the last we've seen of the new Gwen Stacy.
Brett White praises the risks being taken by new ongoing series "Storm," "Cyclops," "Magneto," and "Nightcrawler."
Marvel's '90s "Avengers" comics may owe a lot to the X-Men, but that's exactly why Brett White loves them.
If you can't get enough of seeing Marvel's muscular males in ridiculous swimsuits, then Brett White has a treat for you.
Brett White reimagines old pin-ups of Marvel hunks as modern day covers to prove a point about Milo Manara's "Spider-Woman" variant.
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.