Grab your chocolate bunnies and check out what kept us busy this week:

On Monday…

Sarah attends her first improv workshop. WWAC doesn’t believe in Disney’s new so-called feminist Cinderella. There are sexy new tweets from the Deadpool movie account in Mighty Marvel MondayHome defies the critics with a big box office opening. Desiree discovers the secrets of Secrets. Artist Christian Ward discusses the visual interference of the the gods of Ody-C.

On Tuesday…

Godzilla goes to hell in Incredible Indie Tuesday. Ginnis talks about her first RPG, Night World. Al takes us on a very personal journey through illness and (mis)diagnosis in the first part of her series, How We Are Sick. Are you buried under books, or perhaps you need some more? Wendy wanted to be Scarlett O’Hara. Disney’s getting down to business with a live action Mulan — but will she actually be Chinese?

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(L-R: Zhu Zhu, Jamie Chung, Constance Wu)

 On Wednesday…

WWAC Warrior Laura stepped into the ring. Owl and the Japanese Circus author Kristi Charis talks about gaming and her modern day Indiana Jane. Netflix’s Luke Cage has its showrunner: Cheo Hodari Coker. It’s fun to be a gamer on April Fool’s Day. Ginnis reviews Red Sonja #15 and the staff picks their cool comics of the month. Minecraft as a teaching tool for home schoolers you say?

Bruce Lee as Cheng Chao-an in "The Big Boss", 1971. Copyright 20th Century Fox.

Bruce Lee as Cheng Chao-an in “The Big Boss”

On Thursday…

Jo and Tracy continue their Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel adventures. Youtube stars take on Sunshine in the Thursday Book Beat. Rebecca Mock talks artists’ rights with Jo. What cool games does April have to offer? Carolina Mello’s exploration of The Wicked + The Divine’s mythology returns with Sakhmet and Dionysus. Amanda didn’t know Bruce Lee, but she sure does now.

On Friday…

A WWAC exclusive: Emily Beeby will write Judge Anderson for 2000AD. Batman returns in the DC Daily Planet. Love Mortal Kombat, Streetfighter, or other fighting games with tough female characters? Then this Kickstarter of the Week is for you! Next gen romance comics need to sweep us off our feet. Mai reviews Silk #1 and #2 and Claire discusses the pressure of being a woman werewolf.

On Saturday…

Buffy the Vampire Slayer turns eighteen years old this year and we’re feeling a bit nostalgic. You can never have enough Supermans.