Mike Fugere is writer from Virginia Beach, where he lives with his two sons and wife. He has published short stories in several publications including Rooster Republic Press. He is also the co-creator of the popular comedy Twitter account @a_single_bear. Follow him on his personal Twitter @MikeFugere. Cyclops was right.
Articles by Mike Fugere
In 1998, not only did Wesley Snipes' vampire-hunter film revitalize the superhero movie genre, Blade completely redefined it.
In the world of Stephen King, major character deaths are par for the course, but Castle Rock's latest demise is different.
Lois is back on Earth and in hiding, but could she be working with someone to expose Clark Kent as Superman?
Batman and horror stories go hand in hand. In Kings of fear, Scott Peterson and Kelly Jones tap into this fact frighteningly well.
Peter Jackson made a name for himself making gross-out films for years. Meet the Feebles might be his grossest.
The X-Men movie universe is still going strong, and the villains have played a huge part of why Fox had such a successful franchise on their hands!
With the cover of the upcoming Uncanny X-Men #2 sporting a slew of Multiple Men, it's looking like Madrox might be the story's big bad.
He's a billionaire who could probably help stem the tide of crime at its source through outreach programs and education.
Disney's firing of James Gunn is built on an unsteady foundation of grievances and will likely only hurt the company in the long run.
The past is catching up to the residents of Castle Rock, and the darkness some of them hoped was behind them has returned.
Heads are going to roll in Extermination, but with so many characters involved in the storyline, most of them probably won't be coming back
Psylocke rules, but her history is a bit troubling (in more ways than one). Can returning the X-Man back to her original version fix the past?
The X-Men fight for what they love - for family, for peace, and more often than not, they fight for the future... even though they're all terrible
Superman #2 is another great entry in Brian Michael Bendis and Ivan Reis' burgeoning epic starring DC Comics' first superhero.
With Doomsday Clock tearing it up and an HBO series on the way, all eyes are on the characters of the Watchmen universe!
Despite being one of the weaker fresh starts for Marvel Comics, Fantastic Four #1 does its job well enough to keep longtime fans intrigued.
Whatever is coming for the heart of Castle Rock is on the loose, but the intentions it has for Stephen King's town are still up in the air... mostly.
Batman has dominated all forms of media over the last twenty plus years, but hasn't seen a live action television series in decades. What gives?
Donny Cates and Dylan Burnett give the finger to playing by the rules with Cosmic Ghost Rider, and Marvel is better for it.