Chris M. Arnone

The son of a librarian, Chris M. Arnone's love of books was as inevitable as gravity. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Missouri - Kansas City. His novel, The Hermes Protocol, was published by Castle Bridge Media in 2023 and the next book in that series is due out in winter 2024. His work can also be found in Adelaide Literary Magazine and FEED Lit Mag. You can find him writing more books, poetry, and acting in Kansas City. You can also follow him on social media (Facebook, Goodreads, Instagram, Twitter, website).

No More Evil Superman Stories, Please

Superman, the Man of Steel, has long been one of the paragons of comic books. But it's time to say: no more evil Superman stories, please.

12 Essential Storm Comics

Marvel's Storm is set to feature heavily in Destiny of X. From the lowly Morlocks to Wakanda to Mars, here are the essential Storm comics.

12 Best DC Villains

DC Comics is filled with wonderful heroes and horrifying villains. But who are the best DC villains? Here are our top 12.

The Best Poems of All Time

Want to read more poetry? Find the best poems of all time -- the most enduring, influential, and popular poems to read.

It’s Never Too Late to Become a Reader

Whether it's one book a year or 100, being a reader is something you get to define for yourself, no matter when in life you do it.

An In-Depth Guide to Book Sizes

Are your aesthetic sensibilities are offended by dramatically different book sizes? Here's a guide to the method in that madness.

Exactly Who is Moon Knight?

Disney+ is about to launch another exciting Marvel Cinematic Universe show: Moon Knight. This begs the question: Who exactly is Moon Knight?

10 Stories of Heroes Breaking Bad

In comics, the status quo has to be shaken up regularly. Almost as often as we find villains turning good, we see heroes breaking bad.

12 Exciting Marvel Events For 2022

Get ready for these exciting Marvel Events happening throughout the year.

Lesser-Known Harlem Renaissance Writers

Here are eight plays, poetry collections, and novels by or featuring these lesser-known writers of the Harlem Renaissance.