Latina To Latina lends candor and intimacy to the colorism conversation

There are plenty of places to listen to two geeks dissect the new Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer, but few are as funny as Jason and Gabe on Blast Points, and there’s not a trace of cynicism to be found. A new trailer for this foray into the Star Wars universe—which apparently belongs to Ron Howard now—dropped Sunday…

Dial M For Maple gives a standing ovation to Riverdale’s take on Carrie: The Musical

A musical episode chock-full of showstoppers, emotional reconciliations, and a proper whodunnit? What did we do to deserve you, Riverdale? On this week’s Dial M For Maple, Marah and Cameron have nearly lost their voices after singing along with—and screaming at—Riverdale High’s Carrie: The Musical, but they manage to…

Dark Nights: Metal sets a new gold standard for superhero crossovers

Every two weeks, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it is Dark Nights: Metal #6. Written by Scott Snyder with art by Greg Capullo, Mikel Janin, and Raul Fernandez, inkers Jonathan Glapion and Alvaro Martinez, and colorists FCO Plascencia and June Chung, this issue wraps up a

This week in Savage Love: Questions from the Royal Oak Music Theatre

I visited Royal Oak, Michigan, for Savage Love Live at the Royal Oak Music Theatre. I didn’t get to all of the questions submitted by the large and tipsy crowd—a crowd that skipped the Stormy Daniels interview on 60 Minutes to spend the evening with me (so honored, you guys!)—so I’m going to race through as many of…

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It's Nana Rose to the rescue on our Riverdale podcast, Dial M For Maple

Breakouts and break-ins abound on this week’s Riverdale, a show that’s never met a door it couldn’t kick through. As the mob puts the heat on Hiram, the Coopers and Joneses deal with Darla, and Toni rallies the troops for a Cheryl rescue mission. And you better believe Nana Rose comes through when we need her most!…

Green Lantern: Earth One spotlights how DC Comics is looking to the future

Every two weeks, Big Issues focuses on a newly released comic book of significance. This week, it is Green Lantern: Earth One. Written by Gabriel Hardman (Kinski, Invisible Republic) and Corinna Bechko (Invisible Republic, Star Wars: Legacy) with art by Hardman and colorist Jordan Boyd (Invisible Republic, Deadly Class

Dial M For Maple seeks justice for Nana Rose after a jarring episode of Riverdale

Is Archie becoming the villain of his own show? Riverdale seems to be drawing its lines in the sand with not one, but two different “political” races heating up. Marah and Cameron know who they’d endorse, but, frankly, Dial M For Maple has bigger fish to fry. Namely, the shenanigans at the Blossom estate, which leaves…