How Buddhist is Marvel’s next superhero reboot, Iron Fist?
Look inside the comic book celebrating nonviolent heroes Thich Nhat Hanh, Alfred Hassler, and Sister Chan Khong.
Despite his penchant for gleeful violence, even Deadpool lived a life of non-violence for a time.
Watch a video about the creation and legacy of the 1956 comic book “Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story.”
Benedict Cumberbatch touches on his affinity for Buddhism and meditation and in a new interview with the Wall Street Journal.
Peter Bagge illustrated Brad Warner’s Shambhala Sun article, “A Punk Looks at Fifty”–and his work will also appear in our forthcoming January issue.
We posted recently about a Japanese temple that is using “cute-sexy” anime depictions of deities to promote itself. Now, here’s another surprising trend in Buddhist art.
Ryohoji temple in Tokyo, which has promoted itself with “cute-sexy adolescent anime characters” is now rendering actual Buddhist deities in the same style.
When we think of the Man of Steel, all sorts of powers come to mind: flight, heat vision, near-complete invulnerability. But we often overlook his greatest power: selflessness.
Here’s the latest from Dan Piraro, the brilliantly warped mind behind the great comics feature, Bizarro.