Eileen Gonzalez

Eileen’s primary literary love is comic books, but she’s always on the lookout for her next belletristic adventure no matter what form it comes in. When she’s not writing, reading, or writing about reading, she’s probably cuddling with her dog or watching something old. Twitter: @Eileen2theStars

Comic Bookish Names for Your Pet

Kelly Sue, Tony, Pepper....those, plus a ton of other clever and creative comic bookish names for your pet..

#Superhero Problems: So You’ve Run Out of Heroing Money

Relying on giant piles of money to get the job done is a fine way to do business, until those piles suddenly vanish. What's a superhero to do?

Super Vacation: A Comic Book Travel Guide

Consider these wonderful...and maybe dangerous?...comic book locals for your summer vacation destination.

To Absent Friends: Chanda Madan

Remember Chanda Madan, friend of the Teen Titans who appeared in 1998? Here's why she hasn't really been seen in awhile.

Marvel Unlimited and DC Extended Universe: Are They Worth It?

Is it worth you cash to subscribe to Marvel Unlimited or DC Extended Universe? A comparison of what each service offers.

Quiz: Design a Museum and Get a Historical Comic Rec

Create your own museum and get a historical comic recommendation.

#Superhero Problems: So Someone Has Decided to Clone You

Cloning may be a rare and restricted process in the real world, but for your average superhero, it's almost as common as movie remakes.

Shadow of the Bat: Batman References in ’60s Media

Hop in the time machine, Batpeople: we're taking a look at the enduring legacy of the Batman TV series through references in 60s media.

Ace of Capes: Asexual Superheroes, Villains, and More

This Pride, I'd like to celebrate the asexual heroes, villains, and supporting characters who are on the ace spectrum. It's a short list. But it's growing!

Profiles in Supervillainy: The Living Monolith

Are they underrated gems or irredeemable losers who deserve to be forgotten? You decide! Today’s subject: the Living Monolith!