Chris M. Arnone

Chris was weaned on comic books and Hardy Boys novels, finding his first literary love in Lord of the Flies, and lasting love through Ray Bradbury. He reads and writes nerdy fiction in equal parts with literary fiction and poetry these days, but his imagination still leans toward the magical. He also performs on many stages in Kansas City, where he lives with his wife Christy and their cats. ​

Is Marvel Unlimited Worth It?

Is Marvel Unlimited worth it? We break down the price of this platform, the comics you can read, and how the interface works.

Death in Superhero Comics: What Does It Even Mean?

Batman has died more than dozen times at this point, and he's not an exception. At what point does death lose all meaning in comic books?

What is Marvel’s Judgment Day?

Tired of heroes fighting villains? How about heroes fighting heroes? So what, exactly, is Marvel’s Judgment Day?

12 Best Thor Comics Ever

Thor: Love and Thunder has been filling theaters for nearly a month. Love or hate the movie, here are the best Thor comics ever.

15 Poetry Books for the Upcoming Sealey Challenge

Every year, The Sealey Challenge comes along to keep us immersed in verse. Here are 15 poetry books for the upcoming Sealey Challenge, including Postcolonial Love Poem by Natalie Diaz.

Batman: Two Truths and a Lie – The Quiz

Think you're as big of a Batman fan as me? Then these 11 questions are for you in classic Two Truths and a Lie style.

What is DC’s Dark Crisis?

We're in the middle of another big crossover event in DC Comics: Dark Crisis. So, what is DC's Dark Crisis?

A Tale of Two Thors: Jane Foster vs. Thor Odinson

Thor: Love and Thunder is coming to theaters soon, with Jane Foster wielding Mjolnir. Jane Foster vs Thor Odinson. What's the difference?

DC Pride is More Than Virtue Signaling

When so many large corporations barely engage in Pride Month, tossing around meaningless rainbows, DC Pride is more than virtue signaling.

What is the Point of What If…? in the Marvel Universe?

Marvel Comics' What If…? began decades ago as a new way to tell unlikely stories, but how does it serve the Marvel Universe now?