Reuben Baron is a writer, filmmaker, critic and general nerd with a particular interest in animation. He does freelance writing for Comic Book Resources and used to write for MyAnimeList before they censored one of his articles to appease Nazis (seriously, that was a thing that happened). He majored in Film at Bard College, where he somehow got Neil Gaiman to star in a ridiculous student film. Since then, some of his (slightly less ridiculous) screenplays have been finalists in contests. He regularly appears on panels at the Anime Boston and Arisia conventions. Follow him on Twitter at AndalusianDoge.
Articles by Reuben Baron
He might have saved the universe, but Tony Stark is responsible for inspiring many if not most of the supervillains running around on Earth.
Toy Story 4 and Ralph Breaks the Internet both have more or less the same ending, but Pixar does it more successfully than Disney did.
Netflix's new "faithful" translation of Evangelion disappoints when it comes to the relationship between Shinji Ikari and Kaworu Nagisa.
While Netflix spent a lot of money on Evangelion, it didn't bother acquiring the international rights for the show's ending credits theme.
There is one thing that would have easily made Game of Thrones' final season better... proving Varys was more than human.
Which DC antiheroes and villains have been confirmed to appear in James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, and which ones have been rumored?
With most non-Disney movies disappointing at the box office this summer, are any upcoming summer films not made by Disney likely to be financial hits?
The cancellation of Swamp Thing and potential end of DC Universe could signal bad things for future streaming series.
Whereas the 2014 Godzilla's characters were boring, the ones in King of the Monsters are actively annoying, especially Dr. Emma Russell.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters seemed potentially transcendent in trailer form, but ends up being disappointing as a movie. Why is that?
The first franchise entry in 20 years, City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes is completely accessible to newcomers, but the raunchy comedy feels dated.
Avengers: Endgame writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely recently appeared in Boston to discuss their work with Marvel Studios.
There is one truth the entire internet can agree on: Danny DeVito makes every movie he's in better by his mere presence.
The Elton John 'true fantasy' movie Rocketman is a buoyant, charming telling of rather dark and heavy story about addiction and self-loathing.