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    Chloe Maveal

    Chloe is an aggressively queer and poly stay-at-home-mom with a penchant for yelling about comics. When she's not anxiously typing about superheroes Chloe can be found eating nuts and kicking things that would get her a cease and desist letter if she finished this sentence.

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  • Moonstruck, Volume One: Bringing The Inclusion That Comics Sorely Need

    Moonstruck, Volume One: Bringing The Inclusion That Comics Sorely Need1

    Moonstruck Volume One Grace Ellis (writer), Shae Beagle (artist), Kate Leth (artist) Image Comics March 13th, 2018 It’s here! It’s queer! It’s got magic and werewolves and non-binary inclusion! Admittedly, I may not be the best at coming up with rhymes, but the message still stands: Moonstruck is the playful, bright, and adorably queer comic

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  • Love Addict: How I Learned to Love the Problematic Narrative

    Love Addict: How I Learned to Love the Problematic Narrative0

    Love Addict: Confessions of a Serial Dater Koren Shadmi (Writer and Artist) IDW 31 January, 2018 With almost fifty million people using dating apps, it’s no wonder that there’s a comic written about them. Koren Shadmi’s Love Addict doesn’t just cover quirky disasters and mishaps that come with online dating, though; by showing the personal

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  • Death Be Damned: Bringing The Wild West Back to Life

    Death Be Damned: Bringing The Wild West Back to Life1

    Death Be Damned Ben Acker, Ben Blacker, and Andrew Miller (Writers), Hannah Christenson (Artist),  Juan Useche (Colorist), Colin Bell (Letterer) BOOM! Studios November 29, 2017 Let’s get the fun part out there first: Death Be Damned is a warped western Frankenstein revenge tale. I have been a fan of Ben Acker and Ben Blacker’s The Thrilling Adventure Hour for

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  • Coyotes: A Tale That Is Red in Tooth and Claw

    Coyotes: A Tale That Is Red in Tooth and Claw4

    Coyotes #1 Sean Lewis (Writer), Caitlin Yarsky (Artist) Image Comics November 8, 2017 If there’s one thing I am a sucker for, it’s bold feminist outcries. And when I find such an outcry in comic form, fierce women of color and a compelling story are the cherries on top. With all of the absurd controversy—not

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