How could Marvel have gone from writing Captain America as a hero who punches Nazis to him literally becoming one?
When Mindy Kaling’s “The Mindy Project” debuted in 2012, it was a revelation for thousands of South Asian-American women like myself who were excited about the opportunities for representation that the show would afford us. Unfortunately, after the conclusion of its fifth season this March, it’s become clear that “The Mindy Project” has hit a (very repetitive) wall that it may not bounce back from.
The majority of Wu’s involvement in the comics industry has been for female-led titles, and her depictions of women have been refreshing, to say the least.
Even though some feminist ideology has gone mainstream it is important to remember the counterculture history. The bands may have broken up, the musicians faded into obscurity, but the message of their music remains and proves that feminism wasn’t just another musical trend, but an outlet for female artists, and an inspiration for future women.
Season two of “Chewing Gum” hit Netflix last month and it has managed to be better than the first.
On April 28th, Netflix premiered its first Spanish original series, “Las Chicas del Cable.” Responsible for the series is Madrid’s Bambú Producciones, a company helmed in part by Spanish television executive Teresa Fernandéz-Valdés.
Netflix’s original series “13 Reasons Why” premiered March 31st and has since created a lot of debate. At the center of the discussion about the series is its intensely graphic depiction of rape and its handling of the theme of suicide, which is shown as a possible answer to mental health issues.
At its heart, Moonlight is an intensely personal movie that documents the struggle of a person to come to terms with their identity. However, the personal cannot be detached from the political.
The very heart of “Star Trek Beyond” hinged on its makeup and hairstyling department.
“Good evening, hello. I have cancer. How are you?”