Christos Tsirbas is a freelance pop culture writer and comic book commentator based in Toronto. You can find him on Twitter and Instagram as @seetsirbas.
Articles by Christos Tsirbas
Even at the age of 12, superstar artist Alex Ross ("Marvels," "Kingdom Come") had a knack for drawing gaggles of heroes in battle.
MAD Magazine's “Superman and the Miserable, Rotten, No Fun, Really Bad Day” riffs on a children's classic with a DC Comics twist.
With the help of James Corden, the prolific actor revisits films ranging from "Pulp Fiction" to "Snakes on a Plane" to his Marvel Studios catalog.
The Eisner-winning cartoonist landed seven titles on BookScan's 2016 list of the top 10 graphic novels sold in the book market.
Thor: Ragnarok will have a lighter tone thanks to Taika Waititi, but the director says the film won't be an action-comedy.
LEGO Batman Movie may result in 'an awkward conversation with your kids years before you want it,' according to two conservative pundits.
Spencer's Captain America run has divided fans, but his shocking take on Steve Rogers is plumbing the depths the patriotic Avenger's soul.
Despite star Cole Sprouse's interest in playing the character as asexual, the show is taking a different approach - and that's a mistake.
Captain America star Chris Evans sparred with white supremacist David Duke on Twitter. Guess who came out on top?
Comic Blitz's crowdfunding campaign invites yo to invest in the future of comics, and the company's Netflix-style all-you-can read subscription model.
Brian Michael Bendis has sent a box full of comics to a seven-year-old Spider-Man fan who was hit by a car last month.
Joe Simon's daughter says she's fine with people using Captain America as a symbol during Trump protests.
In a new clip from his Pop Culture Quest YouTube series, Hamill is reunited with the lightsaber prop he used in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
For a price, you can own part of Christopher Reeve's Superman: The Movie suit and Michael Keaton's Batman Returns costume.
Will Ryan Reynolds and Tim Miller's Golden Globe-nominated film succeed where other superhero movies have failed?
This R2-D2 tape measure records inches and centimeters, not parsecs.
If you're looking for the words to say when calling your local politicians, then Lucy Knisley's calling cards may help.
Marvel Comics has released a stunning new cover for America #1 by Howard the Duck artist Joe Quinones.