Brett White is a comedy writer and a proud Southern man -- you know, proud of all the good stuff (Dolly Parton, Blanche Devereaux and Goo Goo Clusters). A lifelong obsession with comics led him to Wizard Magazine in 2008 and then to writing gigs for The Robot's Voice, Marvel.com, and MTV's Splash Page where he served as managing editor. Brett served as a writer and Assistant Editor for CBR from 2011 to 2017, where he wrote a lot about the X-Men, Foggy Nelson, and plenty of gay stuff. Brett is currently a reporter/producer for Decider, where he tries to find reasons to write about Bob Newhart (and also the X-Men). His passion for sitcoms is on full display in the weekly podcast Must Have Seen TV.
Articles by Brett White
The Uncanny Avengers and Deadpool writer tackles your questions about Cable, IvX, ResurrXion and more.
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The Alien and Ghostbusters star reveals what it's been like to work in the Marvel Universe.
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Jackman believed in the final Wolverine film's mature direction so much that he made a little bit of a sacrifice.
Learn the complicated history of the Weapon X program and how Captain America fits into Wolverine's origin.
Tom Holland's Spidey may be the third big screen wall-crawler, but this film has an all-new take on the character.
Michael Fassbender's Callum Lynch finds his purpose in a new look at the upcoming Assassin's Creed film.
The cover for X-Men: Prime also includes one mutant previously missing from the ResurrXion lineup.
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