We thought Hasbro had completely satiated our collective appetite for The Avengers movie role play toy advertisements with its amazing rap-infused commercial, but it seems there was still room in our hearts for another serving. Casting four grade school aged boys as the Hulk, Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, the retail chain Target bring
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As a kid who got into comics thanks, in part, to Archie Comics' "Sonic the Hedgehog," I have to say that Kotaku's glimpse into the innocence of sequential art creation is a wonderful sight.
The sixth grade students who attend comic creator Raina Telgemeier's Afterschool Comics Workshop (which, ironically, Kotaku misspelled as "Worship") were given a mission: Create a short comic based on your fa
The Boston Globe reaches out to superparents and Sue and Reed Richards in an article titled "What to do if you child has superpowers: A FAQ for concerned parents." And apparently written by a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Healthcare Policy at Harvard Medical School!
Q. My child shows a str