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Thought Bubbles: How Feminists and SJWs Are Ruining Comics
2 months ago

Thought Bubbles: How Feminists and SJWs Are Ruining Comics

By  •  Comics

For the past few years it seems like there’s been an influx of new blood into the comics industry. Characters who historically have not starred in comics and people who …
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Review: Lazarus #23
1 year ago

Review: Lazarus #23

Welcome once more to our ongoing annotations of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s Lazarus. As before, if you’re keen on an insight into the creative process, you can find our interviews with the …
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Poison Ivy – A Cycle of Life and Death
2 years ago

Poison Ivy – A Cycle of Life and Death

To discuss Poison Ivy is to environmentalism. To discuss patriarchy. To discuss collective archetypes, and evolving narratives. To discuss Golden Age femmes fatale and black widows. To discuss thrill killers and …
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Poison Ivy – I(vy)Q
2 years ago

Poison Ivy – I(vy)Q

Howdy, folks! Robert Mackenzie and Dave Walker here, with a quick announcement and a request for a favour.

Poison Ivy: Cycle of Life and Death hits on 20 January 2016, …
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Review: Swords of Sorrow #1
2 years ago

Review: Swords of Sorrow #1

The Wold Newton Family. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Kingdom Hearts. The Defenders of the Earth.

There is a storied tradition of tearing fictional heroes …
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No, Joss Whedon Wasn’t Harassed Off Twitter By Feminists
2 years ago

No, Joss Whedon Wasn’t Harassed Off Twitter By Feminists

By  •  Comics, Movies
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Acclaimed comic book writer and movie director Joss Whedon explained why he left Twitter following the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron. And no, it wasn’t because of the feminist backlash …
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Review: Lazarus #15

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Welcome back to our ongoing coverage of Greg Rucka and Michael Lark’s Lazarus. As before, if you’re keen on an insight into the creative process, you can find our …
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Review: Bitch Planet #1

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This is Network, Sidney Lumet and Paddy Chayefsky’s 1976 film, nominated for 10 Academy Awards and winning 4 in 1977. Network is, to our eyes, as bleak as a film …
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Spanning the Universes: Wonder Woman
4 years ago

Spanning the Universes: Wonder Woman

By  •  Comics

“Spanning the Universes” spotlights a different comic book character every week and suggests stories featuring those characters for you to seek out and gleefully devour. Want to see your favorite …
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Bookworms: Fighting the Forces (2002) R.V. Wilcox & D. Lavery

By  •  Books
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If you’ve ever argued or discussed the finer points of vampire slaying, Fighting the Forces: What’s at Stake in Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2002, by R.V. Wilcox & D. Lavery) is written for you, you analytical obsessive fan you.

Bookworms: The Supergirls (2009) by Mike Madrid

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An entertaining study of the superheroines who have inspired us for decades, The Supergirls by Mike Madrid rejoices in these women’s struggles, successes and continued growth. Get to know the many facets of these heroines’ past, present and future lives and be inspired to love everything that makes them super.

My Not-So-Secret Interview with Will Brooker–Part TWO
5 years ago

My Not-So-Secret Interview with Will Brooker–Part TWO

By  •  Comics

In PART ONE of my interview with Will Brooker, creator of the buzz-worthy My So-Called Secret Identity, he discussed his experiences leading up to beginning his own comic endeavor and began introducing us to Cat Adams, its remarkable superheroine-to-be.  Since that interview appeared over the weekend, the first issue was published online (you can find it HERE).

Now, back to the interview…

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