The Pop Mythologist

The Pop Mythologist
The Pop Mythologist is the founder and editor of PopMythology.com. He has been a staff writer for the nationally distributed magazine KoreAm , the online journal of pop culture criticism Pop Matters and has written freelance for various other publications and websites.

REVIEW: Geek psychologists analyze Marvel’s ‘Civil War’ in fascinating new volume

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'Captain America vs. Iron Man: Freedom, Security, Psychology' is the latest collection from Dr. Travis Langley and the PsychGeeks that approaches Marvel's 'Civil War' from a fascinating array of interpretive angles grounded in psychology and reveals just how rich and complex the original comic by Mark Millar and Steve McNiven was.

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REVIEW: Come and be tangled in Leslie Hudson’s ‘The Redhead League’

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‘The Redhead League’ is an eclectic and exhilaratingly addictive concept album of songs about red-haired female comic book heroes. Leslie Hudson brings these characters alive with passion, angst and a depth that you might not have thought possible for some of them, and in this she is aided by an A-team roster of guest musicians who add their considerable talents to the mix.

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7 spiritual principles that Prince lived by (and that fans can emulate)

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In this article let’s look at seven spiritual principles that permeated the music and life of Prince. Regardless of your religion or whether you have one at all, these are principles that cross ideological barriers and promote universal healing and growth, particularly when conveyed by one so widely loved and respected as Prince was.

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