Dan Hassler-Forest

Dan Hassler-Forest works as assistant professor of Media and Cultural Studies at Utrecht University. He has published books and articles on superhero movies, comics, transmedia storytelling, adaptation studies, critical theory, and zombies.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

The Politics of the Planet of the Apes

By drawing on SF tropes and the legacy of a genre classic, the new "Apes" trilogy ambitiously reflects the crisis of the left in this age of impotence....


In Memoriam: Mark Fisher

Mark Fisher's fans, friends, and colleagues remember the author of "Capitalist Realism" and "The Weird and the Eerie."...


Politicizing Star Wars: Anti-Fascism vs. Nostalgia in “Rogue One”
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