Avi Gibson is a ScreenRant comics contributor and a freelance writer/editor with an MA in publishing. His goal is to add a little more wonder to the world in any way he can, and yearns to one day have a library in his home that contains at least one secret passage.
As a comics contributor, Avi loves delving into the dynamics of various comic book families, such as Superman's, Batman's Bat-Family, the Flash Family, and the Fantastic Four. He's always on the lookout for issues and titles that display the true heart of their characters (Astro City is a masterclass in this regard).
Avi loves fantasy in virtually any form, from cartoons such as The Owl House and Over the Garden Wall to books like Spinning Silver, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrel, and The Last Unicorn. He is currently on his nth playthrough of Elden Ring, and please beware: he can and will explain the entire story of Kingdom Hearts to you.
The Flash and Green Lantern's latest team-up only emphasizes just how different the DC Universe has become since their early days as heroes.
In a flashback to the Superior Spider-Man, Doctor Octopus' technological obsessions borrow heavily from his counterpart in the Sam Raimi film.
With the debut of his awe-inspiring new Grootspace form, Groot has dethroned Ego as the Guardians of the Galaxy's biggest cosmic monstrosity.
DC's Gotham War shows a Batman desperate to return to his lone crusade, but that hasn't been the character's status quo for a long time.
Wonder Woman's latest enemy, Sergeant Steel, is a black-ops government mad-dog, and his history in DC Comics goes far deeper than fans may know.
This character, while relatively recent is one of DC's top assassins — and the Penguin just shockingly revealed where he got all his training.
DC's new Wonder Woman series has many elements in common with 2007's controversial 'Amazons Attack!' storyline, suggesting it is fixing the prior arc.
Loki's fantastic redesign as "The Teller of Tales" capitalizes on David Bowie's look in Labyrinth to show Loki coming into their own at last.
The race to stop Carnage is finally over after a battle with Knull the King in Black, and the multiverse's supreme killer has been decided.
Although the Gotham War is tearing Batman, Catwoman, and the Bat-Family apart, Nightwing's unique legacy means that he's suffering the most.
When a clone of Wolverine becomes afflicted with a terrible curse, the resulting creature is one of the most dangerous versions of Logan out there.
A new retelling of her Mad Love origin story sees the modern-day Harley Quinn finally triumphing over her old (and terrible) flame, the Joker.
Ultron's capacity to weaponize any technology has made him one of the Avenger's deadliest foes, but the X-Men have tech that even Ultron can't hack.
One of Neo-Gotham's most iconic features — the existence of animal-hybrid "splicers" — appears to be making its debut in the DCU at long last.
Doctor Doom rarely goes anywhere without his ubiquitous Doombots, and the reasoning is both perfectly practical and stunningly egotistical.
When it comes to solving problems under pressure, the Fantastic Four's Ben Grimm can think through issues that would leave Reed Richards stumped.
With the dream of peaceful coexistence shattered by Orchis, Charles Xavier appears to be on the road to surpassing the X-Men's greatest killer.
DC's brand-new era for Blue Beetle brings to mind the spirit of a long-forgotten '90s action team that's much like the beloved Power Rangers.
When City Boy calls upon the heart and soul of Blüdhaven, the essence of the city manifests in a way that shows a touching connection to Nightwing.
Charles Xavier believes he sent mutants to their doom, but Alpha Flight #1 reveals his past actions have actually given them a haven against Orchis.