John has been writing about what he likes - movies, TV, comics, etc. - for over a decade. He's worked in movies and rubbed shoulders with big names but somehow forgot to ask for money a lot of the time - hence, he is happy to be with Screen Rant. John can be found @BackoftheHead, counts a Black Canary and an Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. among his friends, believes (correctly) that Superman is stronger than the Hulk, and he is a friend to all talking gorillas.
Articles by John Orquiola
Crisis on Earth-X will feature Nazi doppelgangers from another Earth, but the Arrowverse's evil Nazi version of Supergirl has sparked controversy.
Star Trek: Discovery's fifth episode's man in the mirror is a major clue. Does Stamets' reflection signal the coming of the Mirror Universe?
Lena Luthor remains somehow unaware that her best friend Kara Danvers is really Supergirl. We look at whether Lena does know and just isn't saying.
Star Trek: Discovery introduced an alien unlike any in Star Trek before. Here's how a tardigrade named Ripper became the ship's new Navigator.
The Last Jedi will reveal Snoke's master plan. If he can't have both Rey and Kylo Ren, would he sacrifice his first apprentice for a new one?
A Marvel TV crossover with Agents of SHIELD meeting the Inhumans must happen. Here's why Crystal should be the Inhuman who joins SHIELD.
What makes Batman in Justice League different than before is how everything boils down to Superman. We explain Batman's obsession with Superman.
Lois Lane sees Clark Kent in the new Justice League trailer. Is this just a dream or is it a real moment and the key to Superman's return?
Rachael's whereabouts are a big mystery in Blade Runner 2049, and her fate is the key to unlocking the biggest questions of Blade Runner universe.
Star Trek: Discovery's new Captain is more mysterious than we're used to. Who is Captain Lorca and what secrets is he hiding?
Star Trek: Discovery's third episode deepens its ties to Star Trek lore with Easter Eggs mentioning everyone's favorite Vulcan, the Gorn and more.
As good as The Gifted and Legion are, fans want to see the most famous X-Men appear. How long can the X-Men shows go without the real X-Men?