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Jason Alvarez

Co-founder of CultureHead. I'm not much of a writer but I am a good talker.

ENTERTAINMENT

It’s Okay That Superman’s Gay

In November’s Superman: Son of Kal-El #5, Jonathan Kent will get a boyfriend. It was like this, DC Comics gave us our first bisexual Superman. And of course, clickbait media and people who don’t read comics went into arms—talking about how this is sheer pandering to the LGBTQ community. Some complain that turning a character […]Read More

GAMING

The Activision-Blizzard Lawsuit is an Industry Issue

Activision- Blizzard, The developers of world-renowned games like Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and Overwatch are involved in another disaster. A lawsuit filed by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing alleges that Activision Blizzard failed to prevent discrimination, harassment, and retaliation against female employees. Female employees, who make up 20% percent of […]Read More

SPORTS

WWE Has No Love for NXT

NXT was once known as WWE’s developmental brand. However, the wrestlers signed to the “developmental” brand were veterans, some with decades of experience worldwide. With former rosters such as Shinsuke Nakamura, Io Shirai, Finn Balor, and Samoa Joe, you realize that this was nowhere near a developmental brand. This was a league of its own. […]Read More

SPORTS

Vice Versa: Chyna Tells the Sad Story of the Wrestling

Known around the globe as the 9th wonder of the world, Joan Marie Laurer largely known as Chyna is one of the most influential wrestlers in the annals of wrestling history. She was the first female WWE Intercontinental wrestler and was more than a valet like many female peers. Chyna was an active wrestler, competing amongst other […]Read More

GAMING

Back 4 Blood is Missing What Made Left 4 Dead

A recent dev interview with Game Informer has brought some critical info for Turtle Rock’s Black 4 Blood. My initial concerns were the threat of microtransactions. Turtle Rock Studios confirmed the game’s card system won’t be locked behind microtransactions. However, new ones arose as the developers spoke about the game’s direction, especially surrounding their PVP, […]Read More

GAMING

Exploring Resident Evil: Village’s Use of Horror Genres

A look into the many genres of horror in The latest Resident Evil  Major Spoilers ahead;  With eight main games, plenty of beloved remakes and spin-offs, Resident Evil at its core has always been survival horror. Resident Evil Village continues this tradition but in its own way, utilizing different types of the genre throughout its many […]Read More

ENTERTAINMENT

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is the third major installment of The Conjuring film franchise and the 7th in the franchise universe. The third film is based on an actual murderer, Arne Cheyenne Johnson, who pleads not guilty because of demonic possession. Spoiler alert that doesn’t work. Neither does this film.  I […]Read More

ENTERTAINMENT

One Piece World Top 100 Final Results

In celebration of the 1000th chapter of One Piece, one of the longest-running series ever, Shueisha (Publishers of Shonen Jump) And Eiichiro Oda (Author and Mangaka of One Piece) started the World Top 100 Poll. Every fan across the world could vote for their favorite One Piece characters and rank them globally after months of […]Read More

ENTERTAINMENT

Invincible’s Finale Is The Most Brutal in Superhero TV

Brutal Spoilers Ahead Fans of Invincible have been waiting with bated breath for this moment. This shocking finale is an adaption of Robert Kirkman’s Invincible #12. Omniman’s betrayal of Earth and Mark’s decision to defend it leads to a climactic and brutal battle across the United States. It’s the comic series’ most pivotal, most shocking, […]Read More

ENTERTAINMENT

How Marvel and DC Comics play Gatekeeper to New Fans

Being a newcomer to comics and trying to enter Marvel or DC comics universes is an incredibly frustrating experience. The off-chance that someone sees a Marvel movie and wants to follow up with the actual comic book series is rare.  However, what exactly are Marvel and DC comics doing to entice new readers to their […]Read More