• Cook Your Comics: Super Girlfriend Guacamole

    Cook Your Comics: Super Girlfriend Guacamole0

    I am beyond thrilled that at this point in my life, I have more women friends than I ever have before. It’s awesome, and it makes my life better all the time. As an overly busy grownup, it’s hard to find time and energy to meet up with friends in person as often as I’d

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  • Cook Your Comics: Wookiee Life Day Cookiees

    Cook Your Comics: Wookiee Life Day Cookiees0

    • December 23, 2015

    The holidays are here again, and this year, we have Star Wars in the mix. The big holiday in the Star Wars universe is Wookiee Life Day, as first depicted in 1978’s so-bad-it’s-not-remotely-good The Star Wars Holiday Special. Despite LucasFilm’s best efforts to erase it from the world’s collective memory, the legacy of The Star

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  • Cook Your Comics: An Appetizer for Hourman

    Cook Your Comics: An Appetizer for Hourman0

    Remember last November when I shared all my best Thanksgiving recipes in a four-part, JSA potluck-themed extravaganza? No? Through the magic of the internet, you can revisit them now: Part 1: Green Bean Casserole, Glazed Carrots, Sweet Potato Casserole Part 2: Corn Casserole, Cornbread Dressing, Fresh Cranberry Sauce Part 3: Classic Pecan Pie, Chocolate-Bourbon Pecan

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  • This Week in WWAC History: Cook Your Comics Thanksgiving Spectacular

    This Week in WWAC History: Cook Your Comics Thanksgiving Spectacular0

    • November 22, 2015

    I know not all of our valued readers will be celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday in the coming week, but even if you aren’t, I think you will still enjoy last year’s food fest from the Cook Your Comics series presented by WWAC Staffer, Annie.

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  • Cook Your Comics: Secret Six Layer Dip

    Cook Your Comics: Secret Six Layer Dip0

    One of my all-time favorite comic book series is Gail Simone’s pre-New 52 Secret Six. It’s the story of a team of villains—occasionally drifting into anti-hero territory—who generally work as mercenaries, taking on messy jobs that usually result in a high body count. They become a makeshift family who often find themselves fighting other bad

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  • Cook Your Comics: Riverdale Burgers

    Cook Your Comics: Riverdale Burgers2

    Archie #1, released earlier this month, is a relaunch of the series that began in 1942. The new series is updated for modern times, but it still has the element that always fascinated me most: giant piles of hamburgers. As a strongly food-oriented person, I can identify with Jughead’s burger obsession, although not his metabolism.

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