Ilhan Adan

  • January 9, 2018By Ilhan Adan

    “Alone Again” is one of my first works as a poet and one of the most personal of my poetry. It’s inspired by each depressive episode I went through in the year of 2017. Loneliness is a huge factor in my poetry, and it’s also the most real and hard-hitting feeling that can relate to

  • December 11, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    A teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse has been released this weekend and it had comic-book fans hyped. This movie doesn’t have your traditional Spider-Man (Peter Parker) but instead the ultimate Spider-Man Miles Morales. Sony/Marvel having the guts to finally put Miles Morales upfront and have him transition into film is absolutely amazing for

  • November 19, 2017By Ilhan Adan

                  1. Batgirl & The Birds of Prey Looking for a all-female badass crime-fighting team? The Birds of Prey is the right one! Huntress, Black Canary and Batgirl all team up to fight bad guys in the cities of Burnside and Gotham. Julie & Shawna Benson do absolute wonders

  • October 13, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    Depression and anxiety affected me as young as nine-years-old. It’s an issue that remains important to me and continues to be a huge part of my life. This poem is my nostalgic take on my childhood feelings. In dedication of World Mental Health Day, I have decided to put my writing to good use and

  • September 12, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    Social anxiety has it’s own factors and that include envy and sadness. Social anxiety is way common than people think and I wrote this poem to connect with it and help people like me who struggle with it. it’s the feeling when you’re above water but you feel suffocated, stuck between two different borders Friends

  • August 31, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    This is the crossover we all been waiting for. Marvel’s street-level superheroes team up to save their beloved city, everything is gonna be okay… right? Before I get into the topic I’d like to say that the best thing about Marvel Netflix is that it gives complexity to the concept of heroism, it shows that

  • August 16, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    1.Ms Marvel                                                                                                                                                            Ms Marvel is arguably one of the best marvel books around. Kamala Khan is a Pakistani-Muslim teenager in Jersey City fighting crime all while trying to keep her personal life at peace. She is such a relatable character and is one of the most diverse books in the comic industry right now. G.

  • August 1, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    The reason I wrote this poem is because for the longest time black women were forced to conform to eurocentric beauty standards to feel attractive to society unknowing the magic & gorgeousness that lies within us. This little girl grew up despising every part of herself Her skin, her hair, her nose and her body

  • July 6, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    We all grew up with role models, people who inspire us, people who share the same core values as we do. I am talking about superheroes. I am talking about the fun characters we used to dress up as, the characters that we would see ourselves within. Marvel Comics debuted Kamala Khan in 2014, a character

  • July 6, 2017By Ilhan Adan

    At times, She believed that she is meant to be the physical embodiment of loneliness The angel of solitude The constitute of alienation. Loneliness has this charming way of making the moon seem like her best friend and the sun as her worst enemy. Depression turned her into a cynical person. The world she once