Andy L. Kubai
Andy L. Kubai is a freelance writer who lives in Austin, Texas with his sweet and patient fiancee. His articles have been featured on a variety of websites, including Screen Rant, Looper, Grunge, and Bitter Empire among others.
Andy was born into Star Wars fandom and was often found zipping across the house with his trusty TIE Interceptor (the cool one with the wings that fell off) in his corny ‘80s haircut. He also loves anything Star Trek, MST3K, most sci-fi and horror related stuff, comic books, postmodern literature, and any offbeat narratives from grandiose to grade Z. Check out his website, his writer Facebook page, and follow him on his Twitter account for updates, fresh SR articles, and various projects, including the novel(s) that got away.
Articles by Andy L. Kubai
Pulled out of their own time, the original X-Men fight to save the timeline they might have been the ones to screw up in the first place.
The final season of Star Wars Rebels teases a meeting between the Emperor and Ezra. Is he looking for a younger apprentice to replace Darth Vader?
As their world expands cosmically, the Avengers will meet new, interstellar enemies. Who better to help out than the Fantastic Four?
Does the Mirror Universe - and what it contains - hold the key to Star Trek: Discovery's true place in the Prime timeline?
Star Wars: The Last Jedi opens up some curious and confounding avenues for Force ghosts, something J.J. Abrams should explain in Episode 9.
Much like other members of the Star Trek family, Discovery is loaded with references and Easter eggs - and this isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Rian Johnson shook up the Star Wars universe with The Last Jedi's poignant character death, setting a new stage for Episode IX.
Marvel comics just brought back Anti-Venom. Is the alabaster symbiote's return a fun throwback or preparation for the Venom movie?
Deadpool has killed the Marvel Universe at least twice now. But come next year, Marvel Comics is finally returning the favor.
Star Wars big bad Snoke is definitely not a Sith, but that doesn't make him weak. In fact, it could mean he's an even more powerful villain.
Daisy Ridley has expressed her desire to leave Star Wars behind after Episode IX. How could her departure affect the Skywalker story?
At present, there are at least four Wolverines running around at Marvel Comics. Why are there so many clawed mutants, and how long will they all last?
Star Trek: Discovery reportedly kicked up the subscriber numbers for CBS streaming service... but would they survive without it?