Thor Ragnarök: A Baby Step in Equality

Louisa Leontiades Entertainment, Superheroes on Screen

World building, as Marvel has proven it can pull off over the last decade, is a skill I admire, it’s an escapist’s ultimate playground–yet my aversion to imperialism and the influence of a feminist education on how I perceive fictional heroes and supervillains ate holes in the fabric of my appreciation.

“Love, Retold” by Tikva Wolf

Louisa Leontiades Book Reviews, Books, Entertainment

‘Love, Retold’ personifies non-violent and exploratory angles on our perceived powerlessness created by an ultimate truth; we cannot control others or their willingness to be in a relationship with us, if we truly seek to love.

Ask Me About Polyamory by Kimchi Cuddles

Louisa Leontiades Book Reviews, Books, Entertainment

Today’s comic books are no longer the quiet solace and expression of an alternative community. The mainstreaming of high fantasy and Marvel’s recent success in bringing their comic universe to the cinema gives mainstream credibility to those seeking to make their minority voices heard through pictorial form.