• Wet Moon: Gothicly Reflect During Feeble Wanderings

    Wet Moon: Gothicly Reflect During Feeble Wanderings0

    I first picked up Wet Moon, a graphic novel series by Sophie Campbell, last year at the recommendation of a friend. When asked what it was about, my friend said, “It’s like, well, hmmm. People at college, with spooky?” After reading it I can better understand her elevator pitch predicament. There is a lot going

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  • Previously on Comics… Lucie Ebrey, Dwayne McDuffie

    Previously on Comics… Lucie Ebrey, Dwayne McDuffie1

    Five long years marked — young English cartoonist and illustrator Lucie Ebrey finished up her daily diary strip, with an extra-long rumination on what it’s all meant. What does it feel like saying goodbye to an avatar you’ve lived behind for five years? I don’t know, but here’s what it feels like to watch: Here's a

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  • A New Chapter for the Gospel of Patience in The Magdalena

    A New Chapter for the Gospel of Patience in The Magdalena0

    It seems appropriate to begin here with a confession: Forgive me, readers, for I am skeptical. So, the Catholic church, an entity that has subjugated women like it’s their job for literally centuries, has, as their secret, a supernaturally powerful champion woman descended from Mary Magdalene and Jesus? Haha, good one! Maybe lay off the

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