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    Catie Coleman

    Catie is a lawyer by day, comics fan by night (and during the lunch hour). Unsurprisingly, her idol is She-Hulk and can only wish that she could work a purple suit in the courtroom like Shulkie can. She's also into Stephanie Brown, because she has apparently an affinity for characters in purple.

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  • Headspace: The App To Make Meditating Simple?

    Headspace: The App To Make Meditating Simple?0

    • May 24, 2016

    The app Headspace, (available on both iOS and Android, promises a simple but enticing result: learn how to meditate by committing just ten minutes to the app over ten days. Once the beginner’s Take Ten program is finished, users will know the basic skills and value of mindfulness and be able to take on the

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: Jazz, Video Games, and WWII Spies All Coming to Auto-Bio Comics in 2016

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Jazz, Video Games, and WWII Spies All Coming to Auto-Bio Comics in 20160

    Does anyone else feel like biographical comics are overlooked in the world of comics media?  Obviously, auto-bio comic memoirs are some of the major big-hitters that have become literary staples like Maus or Persepolis, but biographical works written by other people don’t carry the same clout.  I get the feeling that’s slowly changing, because there are a

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  • #WWACGalentines: Friendship Isn’t All About Listening

    #WWACGalentines: Friendship Isn’t All About Listening0

    Like most holidays in America, Valentine’s Day has come to stand in for the entire month of February. While romantic love is all good and well (as are cheap chocolates and roses), WWAC Lifestyle is celebrating love of the platonic variety (and the many variations therein) this month.

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  • Incredible Indie Tuesday: Angouleme Fest Doubles Down on Controversy with Bizarre Award Prank

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Angouleme Fest Doubles Down on Controversy with Bizarre Award Prank0

    • February 2, 2016

    Already dealing with the controversy over all-male Grand Prix nominee list, the Angouleme International Comics Festival provoked even more outcry at Sunday night’s closing award show.  The ceremony opened with the emcee, French comedian Richard Gaitet, coming on stage and announcing the award winners…only to reveal minutes later that it was all just a big joke.  All

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