Dragon Ball Super: Broly mixes an emotional journey with jaw-dropping fight scenes to create the most impressive film in the franchise yet.
White Male Nerd #349860. Tom Speelman has loved comics since before he could read and loves superheroes, Disney comics, Transformers, manga, anime and cartoons all equally. Besides contributing to sites like Comic Book Resources (a dream come true for a devout reader of the site since high school), Polygon and ComicsAlliance, Tom has also proofread, copyedited and adapted dozens of manga for Seven Seas Entertainment. You can find him on Twitter @tomtificate where he's usually yelling about how great Superman is.
Articles by Tom Speelman
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