How to Buy Batman and Psychology: A Dark and Stormy Knight

Superherologist | June 7, 2012

I’m doing most of my blogging at GeekNation.com now, but that didn’t seem like the place for me to post this information for people who’ve been asking how to buy my book, Batman and Psychology:  A Dark and Stormy Knight. If you already have a copy and would like to mail it to me to [...]

The Psychology of Harry Potter – Another Orphan Boy Who Grows into a Hero

Superherologist | May 21, 2011

The Psychology of Harry Potter proved to be more relevant to Batman than I’d expected – so relevant, in fact, that I felt like I should never have been surprised. The book has two sections full of chapters that are very relevant to Batman, another orphan boy who grows up to be a great hero. [...]

Front and Center: The Psyche of Superheroes

Superherologist | February 20, 2011

Wayne Bryant interviewed me about the psyche of superheroes: What does Batman tell us about ourselves? Perhaps an even better question is, what do our thoughts about him and the fact that so many people think about Batman say about our society? Travis Langley, Ph.D., a professor at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, researches those [...]

Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston Star in Thor: God of Thunder Video Game

Superherologist | December 3, 2010

SAN FRANCISCO & LONDON – SEGA® Europe Ltd. and SEGA® of America, Inc. today announced they have signed Chris Hemsworth to voice the title role and Tom Hiddleston to voice Loki in the upcoming action adventure Thor(tm): God of Thunder. Both actors’ likenesses will also be used in the game, which is based on the [...]

Interview: AMC’s The Walking Dead Lead Actors Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sarah Wayne Callies

Superherologist | November 4, 2010

Stars of AMC’s survival horror TV series The Walking Dead Andrew Lincoln (Rick Grimes), Jon Bernthal (Shane), and Sarah Wayne Callies (Lori Grimes) talk with us about the challenges and surprises in filming the zombie apocalypse. Some adult language.

Robert Kirkman and Frank Darabont (AMC’s The Walking Dead) on Why We Love Zombies

Superherologist | November 3, 2010

The Walking Dead creators Robert Kirkman (comic book) and Frank Darabont (AMC TV series) discuss the series’s amazing ensemble cast, Greg Nicotero’s zombie makeup effects, why zombies are so popular now (brace yourself for the millenial rant), shooting people with impugnity, and the remarkable experience of having the graphic novel adaptation’s production go so well. [...]

Convention Report: RED – Retired, Extremely Dangerous (Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, Karl Urban) Pt. 1

Superherologist | September 28, 2010

“I always question whether it’s the right time for anything I do,” Bruce Willis told us during this year’s San Diego Comic-Con International. He said the movie was ambitious in everything it was trying to do, defying description in whether it was action movie, comedy, or romantic comedy, but “it weaves all these things together” [...]

After Zuda Falls, Does Lily Leave the Valley? Interview with Adam Atherton (Lily of the Valley)

Superherologist | July 9, 2010

Zuda Comics, DC Comics’ webcomic line built on the last couple of years’ worth of monthly competitions in which hopeful creators fought it out to see who’d win the vote and get contracts to produce another year’s worht of comics, is gone. Zip! It was there and then it was not. No fanfare, no forewarning, the website [...]

I heart Robo-New York: A review of NYC Mech’s 24Seven

Nick Langley | July 6, 2009

NYC Mech: 24Seven

Have you ever wondered what the world would be like if the machines took over and killed us all? What would be left? After reading NYC Mech: 24Seven, it seems like things wouldn’t actually be all that different. There’s very little information on the comic book series NYC Mech. It isn’t on Wikipedia and it’s [...]

Working with David Mack: Fantastic Friday the 13th

Superherologist | March 13, 2009

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Nick’s busy making a comic book with David Mack today. More details will follow.