Ian Cardona has written for CBR since 2017. He is a Feature, Comic Breakouts and News writer. He's been in love with comics for a very long time, and believes there is some good to be found even in the industry's more difficult times. His favorite Avenger is Captain America, and that was long before the character starred in a very successful film franchise. He is an avid statue and Funko Pop! figures collector, and he's rapidly running out of shelf space. With CBR, he has been able to write about his favorite subjects, from the MCU to Doctor Who. You can follow him on Twitter at @ian_c1701 (yes, that is a Star Trek reference) for discussions, debates or pictures of really cool collectibles he probably doesn't have room for.
Articles by Ian Cardona
Deadpool 2's first teaser trailer reveals interesting information about Josh Brolin's Cable, and the film's twist on the popular Marvel mutant.
The latest issue of the "Bats Out of Hell" crossover proves why Hal Jordan is greatest Green Lantern (and Justice Leaguer) of them all.
After the recent news that Lucasfilm would develop a live action Star Wars series, CBR examines why a series starring Doctor Aphra would be perfect.
Citizen Cold joins the fight as the Arrowverse's heroes battle the villains of Earth-X - but who, exactly, is Wentworth Miller's new character?
Noting the surprisingly negative response to the 13th Doctor's official first outfit, we explain why it's actually pretty much perfect.
Wonder Woman #34 features Diana's first meeting with her twin brother, Jason, and while it goes as you might have expected, there's a bit of an intriguing twist.
It's no secret that Professor X is back, but we've only just learned how he survived death at the hands of the Phoenix Force.
Melissa Benoist's Supergirl has proven time and again that she is a better Superman than the DCEU's. Today, CBR lists 15 reasons why that is.
The current direction of Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy comic is giving James Gunn a fantastic map to follow for Guardians Vol. 3.
You might not have realized it, but Fox's Gotham recently introduced another villain from Batman's rogues' gallery to the screen.
Guardians of the Galaxy #146 features the return of a big Avengers villain -- but how did they end up in deep space?