Amazing Kids! Magazine

Funny, Dazzling “Aquaman” Makes A Big Splash

Funny, Dazzling “Aquaman” Makes A Big Splash

By Sarina Patel, Jr. Assistant Editor and Comic Hub Co-Editor

Given D.C.’s tragically wobbly history with designing quality live-action superhero films, Aquaman initially did not top the list of movies that I wanted to see in 2018.

Miles Morales and the Multiverse: How Representation In Films Ripples

Miles Morales and the Multiverse: How Representation In Films Ripples

By Sarina Patel, Jr. Assistant Editor and Comic Hub Co-Editor

“Are you going to finish that?”
Though the cafeteria is buzzing with amiable conversation, I manage to recognize the smile in their voice without even looking up.

Critical Reviews Plagued Last Year’s Live-Action Adaptations

Critical Reviews Plagued Last Year’s Live-Action Adaptations

By Sarina Patel, Jr. Assistant Editor and Comic Hub Co-Editor

Captain Marvel. Spider-Man: Far From Home. Avengers: Endgame. All films that top the lists of the most highly-anticipated comic book films of 2019.

The Deeper (often not so Comical) Difference between the East and the West

The Deeper (often not so Comical) Difference between the East and the West

By Sehen Gamhewa, Comic Hub Co-Editor and Contributing Writer

The global differences between comics can be truly astounding. You have traditional Western Comics such as DC or Marvel, and then you have Japanese Manga, or Chinese Manhua, or Korean Manhwa.

My Hero Academia: A Breath of Fresh Air in the Shonen Genre

My Hero Academia: A Breath of Fresh Air in the Shonen Genre

By Sehen Gamhewa, Comic Hub Co-Editor

Boku no Hero Academia, meaning “My Hero Academia,” is a really good Anime series that you definitely don’t want to miss out, even if you don’t watch anime.

Thor: A Solid Thor Outta Thive (Forgive Me)

Thor: A Solid Thor Outta Thive (Forgive Me)

By Sehen Gamhewa, Comic Hub Co-Editor

We know that Thor is the God of Thunder and Lightning and Hammers, but strangely enough, with him being the strongest Avenger and God almighty and all, he has found himself an even bigger, better, and stranger power—a really corny sense of humor.