• 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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  • 4 Comics to Give You Hope

    4 Comics to Give You Hope5

    I read a range of comics from a range of publishers and genres: horror, fantasy, sci-fi, slice of life, superhero… and ones in between. If I reviewed all of them, I would never have time for anything else. Besides, there are some comics that give me such warm fuzzies and feelgoods that reviewing them would just

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  • News & Things: Who Watches The Watcher…Or Whatever1

    • April 4, 2014

    News Marvel’s “Original Sin” Teasers Ask The Big Questions Marvel’s latest event, Original Sin, deals with the death of the Marvel U’s resident creeper/giant weird baby person, The Watcher (just kiddin’, love ya, Big U!) and its subsequent fallout. This event’s been getting a crazy amount of hype and actually looks to be pretty interesting — click

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  • News & Things: Goodbye 20130

    • December 31, 2013

    News Marvel Halts Sales of Periodical Comics in Bookstores Marvel has decided to stop selling single issue monthly comics in bookstores. They will continue to sell graphic novels in bookstores, and both graphic novels and monthly comics within the direct market. Top Ten Female Writers to Watch in 2014 For Books Sake wants you to

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  • News & Things: Bi Pride, we have it!0

    • September 24, 2013

    Welcome back to News & Things! Today it’s all bi everything, in honour of yesterday’s Bi Pride/Bisexuality Visibility Day. News Why are the Fall’s LGBT Movies Going Straight to DVD? Film.com discusses an unfortunate trend in queer film distribution. Bi Political Leaders Blazing a Trail for Others Ellyn Ruthstrom on five notable out bisexual U.S.

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  • Interview With Kate Leth6

    • August 5, 2013

    Kate Leth is a renaissance woman of the internets: cartoonist, comic shop employee, trendsetter. Now she’s adding retail crusader to the list. Between creating comics and working a regular gig as an employee of the Strange Adventures comic shop, Kate Leth has been quietly recruiting. A few tweets here, a Facebook post there; nothing that

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