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Keith O'Neil

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Keith is from New England and just loves comic books, movies and talking about them. When he's not writing articles, you can find him either going through the back issues at his local comic shop, at the movies or rooting for the Red Sox and Patriots.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9OKL5no-S0 Last Friday, Marvel's newest Netflix series Iron Fist dropped for all to stream. Does the adventure of Danny Rand hold up well compared to Marvel's previous series...

The following is a conversation between The Source writers Teddy Byrne and Keith O'Neil after they saw Kong: Skull Island. Spoilers ahead. Alright... let's talk Kaiju. Keith:...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44LdLqgOpjo *MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD* The king himself returns to the big screen with Kong: Skull Island. The franchise reboot by director Jordan Vogt-Roberts (The Kings of Summer)...
Hellboy: The Forgotten Comic Book Movie

In this past decade (and a half), we have been blessed with some outstanding comic book movies like Spider-Man 2, The Dark Knight, The Avengers, and...
A Thank You Note to Hugh Jackman

Last weekend, Hugh Jackman brandished the adamantium claws for the final time in Logan. Some critics are calling it one of the best comic book movies...
Your Preferred Version of Superman and What It Says About You

Superman changed the comic book landscape and American pop culture forever when he debuted in Action Comics # 1 back in 1938. No other superhero has had a bigger...

If there is one movie that set the template for all comic book films, there is only one correct answer: Superman. Released in December of 1978, it...
DC Comics' New 52 Era: What Worked and What Didn't

Now that we're about a year into the Rebirth era for DC Comics, it would be a great moment to reflect on DC's previous era:...
Your Preferred Version of Batman and What It Says About You

Since debuting in Detective Comics #27 in 1939, Batman has gone through many different changes. In some ways, he was a reflection of the times, while...

Can you believe Spider-Man will have debuted 55 years ago this summer in Amazing Fantasy issue #15? Me, either. In those 55 years, we have seen...