Thor is a Feminist – Jason Aaron’s Amazing Take on Marvel’s Classic Hero

Last September Marvel made headlines by announcing that in the new Thor series, Odinson (aka the previous Thor) would no longer be Thor. Rather, a woman would be wielding the hammer Mjolnir and headlining the comic. Importantly, she wasn’t going to be called “She-Thor” or anything like that. What may seem like a simple name choice signals that the new Thor, though she is a different gender from the previous, was not going to be defined by it. There was certainly a good measure of push back from dude-bro’s who couldn’t imagine a woman being Thor. Thankfully, the comic came out and after its initial eight issue run I can say with full confidence that Thor is a woman, she is a feminist, and she is amazing. Continue reading Thor is a Feminist – Jason Aaron’s Amazing Take on Marvel’s Classic Hero

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Split-Screen Gaming’s Dissapearance

I love Rocket League. I love it because it’s a game I can play together with my friends on the same couch on the same TV in the same room. It’s easy to pick up, understand, and begin playing. It’s a blast together. Rocket League inspires camaraderie like the best local multiplayer experiences. However, games like this are becoming rarer and rarer, almost extinct in … Continue reading Split-Screen Gaming’s Dissapearance