Jeremiah Massengale
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Jeremiah Massengale is an assistant professor of communication arts at the University of the Cumberlands where he also advises the award-winning college newspaper.

Features // 3 Articles
Reviews // 44 Articles
Blogs // 4 Articles
//Features

'Thor' Reconsidered As Both Vital and Dangerous for Marvel Studios | 17 Oct 2012 // 10:45 PM

With the end The Mighty Thor, perhaps now's the perfect time to reconsider Kenneth Branagh's critical box office success as a metaphor for the challenges facing the upcoming Thor: God of Thunder.

The Real Story, But Not All of It | 30 Aug 2011 // 10:08 PM

Perhaps more than a long, critical gaze at DC's history, Secret Origins makes the incredibly savvy move of rendering the company's 70-plus years as both heartwarming and resilient.

//Reviews

There's Splendid Concept Art to Be Found in 'The Art of Star Wars' | 11 Feb 2016 // 9:05 PM

This is a visually stunning display of concepts, characters and starships from a galaxy far, far away that, more often than not, didn’t even end up on screen.

'The League of Regrettable Superheroes' Is a Heroic, Enjoyable Effort | 17 Sep 2015 // 3:30 AM

Jon Morris’ book is a courageous, witty look at 100 short-lived superheroes you’ll never see coming to a theater near you.

//Blogs

A Marvelous Collision: "Archie Meets the Punisher" | 13 Apr 2012 // 4:49 AM

In 1994, the Punisher and his fixer Micro stormed into Riverdale, believing that such a squeaky-clean town must be hiding its own special breed of hell…

Lessons Learned from "ThunderCats: The Return" | 13 Jan 2012 // 2:45 AM

2011 saw the reboot of the classic show, ThunderCats, on Cartoon Network. But an earlier ThunderCats reboot, in comics, holds lessons for uncovering good from bad reimaginings.

//Mixed media
//Blogs

The Sound and the Warmth: An Interview with Cardiknox

// Sound Affects

"New York's Cardiknox are taking more steps in their goal of world domination. With their debut record Portrait out, the band are dreaming big, wanting to transcend the indie pop scene.

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