Avi Gibson is a ScreenRant comics contributor and a freelance writer/editor with an MA in publishing. His goal is to add a little more wonder to the world in any way he can, and yearns to one day have a library in his home that contains at least one secret passage.
As a comics contributor, Avi loves delving into the dynamics of various comic book families, such as Superman's, Batman's Bat-Family, the Flash Family, and the Fantastic Four. He's always on the lookout for issues and titles that display the true heart of their characters (Astro City is a masterclass in this regard).
Avi loves fantasy in virtually any form, from cartoons such as The Owl House and Over the Garden Wall to books like Spinning Silver, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrel, and The Last Unicorn. He is currently on his nth playthrough of Elden Ring, and please beware: he can and will explain the entire story of Kingdom Hearts to you.
People tend to assume that Superman brings the most clout to the Justice League, but it's actually the Flash who is the most powerful member.
Major revelations are dropped about the powerful, enigmatic witch in the Sandman Universe, Thessaly, with the release of the series' latest one-shot.
In Fantastic Four #10, the Fantastic Four's latest foray into horror proves that the team has much more nightmare fuel potential alive than dead.
In a surprising move, Batman speaks out against the implications of one of his most famous nicknames. Does the Caped Crusader hate his own crusade?
In the wake of Orchis' devastating attack on Krakoa, the wedding of Tony Stark and Emma Frost may bring about a major change for Iron Man.
In Knight Terrors: Detective Comics #1, Jim Gordon's nightmares provide insight on the true nature of DC's 5th-dimensional beings.
Catwoman's nightmares have given her a new partner-of-sorts, and the relationship reveals that Catwoman's deepest hurt has nothing to do with Batman.
The Beyonder was once one of the most powerful figures in the entire Marvel Universe, but now it appears he and his kind are functionally no more.
Introduced in Batman: The Brave and the Bold #3, Mr. Baseball has a silly look, a silly name — and is a perfect addition to Batman's rogues gallery.
Hawkgirl's new series promises to plumb the depths of DC's mysterious Nth metal, which has become one the world's most powerful substances.
"Welcome to the X-Men, Ms. Marvel - hope you survive the experience!" But surviving the experience means nothing when mutant resurrection is a factor.
Batman Incorporated began as a mission of true hope for the world — and for Batman — but the Joker has turned it into a worldwide farce.
The title's strong grasp of character, stakes, and the world Kendra inhabits makes Hawkgirl's new series an A+ debut.
When Bruce Wayne's paternal affection meets Batman's unshakeable paranoia, it inevitably leads to some major friction with his first Robin.
From dying outside of her own title to her near-immediate return, the death and return of Ms. Marvel has been fraught with questionable choices.
Just like Doctor Strange has come to bargain with Dormammu in the MCU, Thor is equally relentless in his fight against his new foe M.Y.T.H.O.S.
Ghost Rider is a brutal instrument of retribution, but Danny Ketch seems determined to curb the cycle of violence - and do more than avenge.
DC's Knight Terrors event is chock-full of references to Dream and the Endless, to the point that it feels highly unlikely to be mere coincidence.
No matter how Marvel tries to make him relevant, M.O.D.O.K is just too ridiculous a figure to take seriously.
With Norman Osborn now on the side of the angels, another classic Spider-Man villain has taken the spot as Peter's most dangerous nemesis.