About Brian Colucci
Brian is first and foremost a nerd in every way shape and form. He likes to compare himself to a black hole, consuming any and every form of entertainment unlucky enough to get caught in his gravitational pull. It's not uncommon on any given day for him to read a couple comics, settle down with a good book, watch a few movies (inside and out of the theater), catch up on his ever growing but never depleting streaming queue, challenge himself with a few good video games, and of course, write his heart out. He spends every waking moment dreaming up interesting and intriguing concepts and ideas that will hopefully one day inspire and entertain anyone looking for an escape from their daily lives. Graduating from Full Sail University in good old humid Florida, Brian currently lives and works in New York City and lives for the day when all he has to do is wake up and create something unique and new for people to enjoy.
Based out of Queens, NY, Brian is a writer and filmmaker that proudly acts as the steward of everything pop culture in his social and professional circles. If there's a comic to be read, movie to be watched, game to be played, music to be listened to, or story to be written, Brian will be there to suit everyone's nerdy needs.
Brian has been writing at Screen Rant for a few years now where he loves highlighting members of the nerd community in fanart and cosplay articles that spotlight creative talents who deserve recognition. Getting the opportunity to represent SR at the annual New York Comic Con, Brian also works in the field of AV and filmmaking, while finding time to write movie reviews at backtothepicture.net.
Brian is at heart a DC Comics over Marvel guy, a Batman over Superman nerd, a Nintendo over Sega man, and a fan of anything and everything nerdy. Some favorites of his in no particular order or medium: Batman, Spider-Man, Kingdom Hearts, Christopher Nolan, Back to the Future, Lost, The Promised Neverland, and many many more.
Dick Grayson aka Nightwing has been through a lot in his long career as a hero, with more than a few moments from his past defining who he is today!
Batman's Batmobile is a super fast super car that can run down any vehicle on the road, with one Bat-Family member having a ride that's even faster!
Batman and Shazam don't usually butt heads but in a past issue of Teen Titans, Batman humiliates this iconic character with a simple contingency plan.
Biff is the iconic antagonist of Back to the Future, with the comic, Biff to the Future, exploring his alternate 1985 backstory not seen in the films!
The Justice League has fought a lot of enemies in its tenure as a super team, with one of their first villains unexpectedly saving them in comics!
Batman and Superman once merged into a single character in DC Comics, with this epic cosplay nailing their joint form in a way that truly impresses!
Azrael once held the mantle of Batman in the mid-90s, bringing with him an armored costume design this new cosplay design pulls off effortlessly!
Back to the Future famously used a DeLorean as a means to travel through time, with the film's original idea for a time machine debuting in comics!
Batman's sidekicks and allies are heroic protectors, but every so often one of them breaks bad in a way that makes them incredibly dangerous villains!
Facehuggers are a horrific part of a Xenomorph's evolution, with their biology showing what else they can do to their hosts after impregnating them.
Dressing as Green Lantern is usually a pretty hard feat to pull off, but in a new DC cosplay design, Hal gets an armored look that he needs in comics!
George McFly was murdered by Biff in Back to the Future II's alternate timeline, with the events surrounding his death once revealed in comic form!
Fans have clamored for more Back to the Future since the trilogy ended decades ago, with a comic story showing what happened to Doc after the movies!
Vegeta's Ultra Ego form has already debuted in Dragon Ball Super's manga, and this fanart shows what he should look like when the anime returns!
DC's summer horror event, Knight Terrors, is in full swing, with the members of the Justice League getting nightmarish redesigns that aim to terrify.
Back to the Future in-universe lore predicted more than a few things about the year 2015, with its predictions for the year 2038 being even more wild!
Venom's powers allow him to pull off unique feats when harnessing the abilities of his symbiote, with this brand new skill being his grossest one yet!
Venom has had a rough go of it lately, with Eddie's latest step in becoming a fully fleshed out character showing why he'd be great as an Avenger.
Batman's had his fair share of lovers over the years, with DC admitting he cares for one of his foes just as much as Nightwing, and it isn't Catwoman!