Larry Hama, the writer, artist and creator who gave the world the G.I. Joe comics universe, discusses why he never shied away from telling kids the truth about love, loss and the realities of combat
The grippingly intimate 2010 documentary focuses on U.S. soldiers fighting in one of the country’s deadliest regions. What the film shows us — and what it chooses not to show us — says everything about the futility of our 20-year occupation.
The manosphere is making a distant humanitarian crisis all about themselves
Missiles on everything. Planes and helicopters brighter than 1980s skateboard graphics. No armor. But are G.I. Joe and Cobra vehicles really that dumb? (Yes.)