Sean is a freelance writer who loves comics and animation. He currently hosts two pop culture podcasts, Influenca and Pop Love.
Articles by Sean Aitchison
The Spider-Man movies of the last 15 years took a lot of liberties in adapting the comics - some to great success, others ... not so much.
Personifications of death are pretty common in pop culture, and in anime, they're pretty dang powerful.
Vegeta has had some great looks throughout the Dragon Ball franchise, but some rank higher than other.
Wondering what superheroes might look like in the wild west or medieval times? These 25 awesome pieces of fan-art answer these questions and more!
The heroes and villains of My Hero Academia have some interesting powers, but some are stronger than others.
It's only a matter of time before the X-Men and the Fantastic Four show up in the MCU, and these fan designs show us what they might look like.
Into the Spider-Verse is shaping up to be an awesome film based on what we know, but we're still pretty far from its release, so there's plenty of room for speculating whats to come.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly looked amazing from the beginning, and with the recent trailer, we're more excited than ever to see how it all plays out.
There's an underwhelming lack of actually superhero costumes in the Netflix corner of the MCU, which is we love these alternate designs for the Marvel heroes.
Following Marvel's example, multiple studios and franchises have tried making shared film universes, but which ones could work and which ones are duds?
With the news of Telltale's lay-offs and closure, we look back at the studio's best games, as well as the ones we won't get to play.
Dear Marvel, Please take these amazing fan-made costume redesigns on-board. Love, Everyone.
Adapting a comic into a movie or show can often result in a lot of weird changes. CBR explores the times this worked (and definitely didn't).
Some of these cartoons do a great job of furthering the story and world of the original movie, while others don't quite do the film justice.
Reboots of popular franchises are often derided when they're announced, but some of these updated classics are actually pretty great!
Adapting superhero comics into live action isn't always easy, which is why the cartoon adaptations are, at times, way better than their live-action equivalents.
Marvel and DC have "shared" ideas with each other quite a bit through the years, and in some cases the rip-offs were better than the original!