Category Archives: Marvel

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Hulk: Marvel Tackles Trauma

In the new comic, HULK, we see an entirely different version of “superhero.” Now that Hulk is Jen Walters (previously, She-Hulk), Marvel is introducing a unique look at trauma, mental… Read the Rest »

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The Arkham Sessions Podcast, Episode #101: “WonderCon 2017: The Psychology of Animated Series””

Our live panel recording from WonderCon 2017 is here! This special episode includes commentary from creators and writers who worked on Batman: The Animated Series, X-Men Animated Series, Star Wars:… Read the Rest »

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We Are Groot: ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’ Celebrates Heroes With Real Psychological Deficits

  Leagues and legions of superheroes are usually effective as a direct result of the union of each member’s unique abilities, whether they include super-human strength, lightning-speed, telepathy, or other powers that… Read the Rest »

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4 Reasons Why The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is a Good Superhero Movie–Psychologically Speaking

Let’s put discussions about spider venom, curative DNA, and other plot implausibilities aside. The credibility surrounding the film The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is found in the psychology of the film…. Read the Rest »

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Iron Man: A Terrible Privilege

I’ll cut right to the chase. This is not a review of a single film. It’s not even a review of all three Iron Man films. This is a psychological… Read the Rest »