Leon Miller is a freelance writer who covers a wide range of pop culture topics. A lifelong comic book reader, he is also an avid fan of film and TV, and enjoys providing commentary on all three visual storytelling mediums. In addition to his work for CBR, Leon is an up and coming writer and artist in his own right, and you can view his portfolio on his website, The Pop Culture Studio. Originally from Australia, Leon currently resides in London, and when he’s not writing, drawing or sleeping, he’s likely to be found checking out all the sights Europe has to offer.
Articles by Leon Miller
The legendary scribe may have sworn off Hollywood, but many fans still want to see more of his tales adapted for the big screen.
Marvel and DC have left a lot of mysteries in the wake of their stories.Fans are still searching for answers to these unsolved comic book conundrums!
Just because some heroes don’t walk around with their chest puffed out and teeth gritted doesn’t mean they aren’t tough.
Marvel and DC has shown how times can change. With superheroes like Catwoman and Deadpool, it's easy for people to forget they started as villains.
Marvel and DC Comics are filled with alternate realities and while some of them work, others can never be fixed.
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When Disney took control of the Star Wars franchise, it made the controversial decision to jettison much of the existing Expanded Universe lore.
Marvel and DC comic books are chock full of crazy moments, but their publishers often spoil these moments to media before hand.
When fans talk DC and Marvel, everyone uses superhero and villain codenames. Not these 10, who couldn't be bothered to use their codenames in movies
Star Wars is such a huge franchise that it's almost impossible to know everything, but readers of Marvel comics are one step ahead...
Gotham has been spinning the origin story of both Batman and his rogues gallery for four seasons. Here's what needs to happen before it ends.