Graeme McMillan

Graeme McMillan has been writing about pop culture online for more than should be safely recommended, with his work appearing in The Hollywood Reporter, Wired, Playboy, Time, and many other places. He covers TV, film, and comics for Inverse as a freelance journalist. He’s happy to tell you that his accent is, in fact, real.


6 years ago, Marvel released its most incoherent sequel ever

What’s honestly surprising is that, somehow, it works despite everything.


5 years ago, Michael Bay made the most exhausting sci-fi blockbuster of the century

There’s maximalism, and then there’s this.


26 years ago, Marvel made the worst crossover ever — and saved the company

In the mid-'90s Marvel was in trouble. The solution, it turned out, was one of the worst crossover events in comic book history.

The Rules of Time Travel

33 years ago, Keanu Reeves made the smartest time-travel movie ever — and also the dumbest

An unlikely duo leads one of the most thought-provoking takes on time travel.


37 years ago, DC changed superheroes forever — and inspired the MCU's greatest achievement

DC’s marketing for the original 'Crisis on Infinite Earths' promised a lot ahead of the comic’s 1985 debut. And for once, the crossover lived up to the hype, changing DC’s comics universe – and superheroes themselves – in ways that still reverberate 37 years later.

Dude, Where's My Crescent?

Who is 'Moon Knight's council of gods? Marvel's Ennead, explained

The gods pull the strings in the MCU’s latest superhero series.

Dude, Where's My Crescent?

Mr. Knight: Moon Knight’s best alter ego reveals a comics-MCU disconnect

Things are quite different in Marvel Studios’ Moon Knight.


How 'Moon Knight' overcame its biggest challenge by throwing canon out the window

The new Marvel series tells a new type of superhero origin story. The director and producer of 'Moon Knight' reveal how they approached adapting the Disney+ series, starring Oscar Isaac and Ethan Hawke.


Moon Knight creators reveal their plan for future MCU crossovers

The director and executive producer of the new Marvel series explain Moon Knight’s connection to the studio’s cinematic universe.


46 years ago, Marvel and DC teamed up for their most disappointing crossover

It was the very stuff of fan-fiction. The result was... fine.


Five years ago, Rogue One predicted a modern Star Wars problem

Rogue One was the first indicator that things were not right in Star Wars.


Marvel’s Disney Plus shows will revolutionize superheroes in 3 historic ways

Disney Plus Day announced a new, surprising lineup of Marvel series. Here's what it means for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Inverse Reviews

'Hit-Monkey' review: Jason Sudeikis goes Marvel in a weaker Hulu effort

Hulu’s latest Marvel series, featuring the voice of Ted Lasso’s Jason Sudeikis, is a mid-tier mess.

Bugging out

Batgirl will finally explain DC’s most misunderstood supervillain

Brendan Fraser is joining the DCEU, and it’s a bigger deal than you think.

Agatha All Along

Marvel's Agatha Harkness series may be the spell that casts Fantastic Four

Kathryn Hahn's WandaVision character finally gets to be the star of her own Disney+ show.

In the Beginning

Phastos: Marvel’s Eternals rating reveals a historic new character detail

Marvel's first openly gay superhero will make his big-screen debut in Eternals.


How Doom Patrol avoids WandaVision's biggest flaw

DC’s most underrated series is the show WandaVision wanted to be.


Why Marvel keeps knocking on the Devil’s door

Mischief Managed

Loki Season 2 can fix Marvel’s biggest TV problem with one simple trick

Marvel’s Disney+ shows are already in a rut. Loki Season 2 might be the solution.


Substack's comic book problems are just getting started

Substack’s move into comic book publishing went about as well as Marvel’s 2017 decision to make Captain America a Nazi. Here's why.