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
Avengers: Endgame needs a happy ending, but can the seminal Marvel Cinematic Universe film pull it off?
The John Wick film series is known for its relentless action and bloody violence. Chapter 3 looks to be no different in that regard.
The Batman Who Laughs could have been a disaster; after all, the titular character is a bit ridiculous - but somehow it works.
In Captain Marvel #1, Kelly Thompson and Carmen Carnero lay solid groundwork for something with the potential to be really special.
Bran has quietly become one of the biggest players on Game of Thrones, but he's conspicuously absent from the show's Season 8 teaser.
The Venom symbiote's reinvention as a dog results in a tie-in one-shot that will entertain new readers and longtime fans alike.
Young Justice #1 may not be the easiest starting point for readers who are unfamiliar with the titular team and its DC Comics history.
Seeing two similar (re)introductions to the characters side by side helps illustrate the disparate dynamic between Batman and Superman.
To say Wolverine: The Long Night is a story about Wolverine is like saying Twin Peaks is a story about Laura Palmer.
Anakin Skywalker might be one of the most fascinating characters in pop culture history, but he's also one of the least developed.
Written by series producer Greg Weisman, the first chapter of the story the digital comic tries to fill the gap between Seasons 2 and 3.
Does the Hulk really get along with anybody?
Marvel's Conan the Barbarian #1 breathes new life into an iconic character with an undeniably spotty history.
Uncanny X-Men demonstrates why characters like Pixie, Armor, Glob Herman and Oya should be the future of the comics franchise.
Livewire #1 isn't a perfect comic, but it is a strong first issue in what could potentially be the next runaway hit for Valiant.
While Extermination #5 was packed to the gills with exposition, especially from the villain Ahab, how things played out worked well on the page.
The original Star Wars trilogy was rather consistent in the amount of time that passed between films, but that went out the window with The Last Jedi.