• Green Hornet #1: Good Story, Terrible Art

    Green Hornet #1: Good Story, Terrible Art1

    Green Hornet #1 Amy Chu (Writer), German Erramouspe (Artist), Brittany Pezzillo (Colours), Tom Napolitano (Letters) Dynamite Comics March 2018 The Green Hornet has gone missing. The public may know and fear him as a master criminal but, within the offices of Daily Sentinel Publishing, one man remembers him as so much more.

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  • Transgender Superheroics in Alters #1

    Transgender Superheroics in Alters #10

    Alters #1 Paul Jenkins (Writer), Leila Leiz (Artist), Tamra Bonvillain (Colors), Ryane Hill (Letters), Brian Stelfreeze (Cover Artist) Aftershock Comics September 7, 2016 In recent years, transgender people have become something of a recurring theme across fiction. Whether this is a fad or the beginning of something more substantial, trans people and the issues they face have been depicted with

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  • The Midnighter Roundtables: Stormwatch by Warren Ellis & Bryan Hitch

    The Midnighter Roundtables: Stormwatch by Warren Ellis & Bryan Hitch0

    In a historical move, DC Comics has slated to publish their first comic book title led by a queer couple, Midnighter & Apollo #1, on October 5th. Midnighter and Apollo certainly aren’t the newest kids on the block, however. The two first appeared in 1998’s Stormwatch #4 by Warren Ellis, Bryan Hitch, and Laura Depuy (now

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  • 4 Comics to Give You Hope

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    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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  • Superhero Sparks Fly in Heroine Complex by Sarah Kuhn

    Superhero Sparks Fly in Heroine Complex by Sarah Kuhn1

    Heroine Complex Sarah Kuhn DAW Press July 5, 2016 Evie Tanaka has spent much of her life being best friends with superhero Aveda Jupiter (born Annie), and it’s not exactly a charmed life despite the exciting career she gets to participate in. Being a superhero’s personal assistant is rather perilous, after all, especially when demon

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  • Patsy Walker Meets Jessica Jones: Two Reviewers on Hellcat #7

    Patsy Walker Meets Jessica Jones: Two Reviewers on Hellcat #71

    Patsy Walker, AKA Hellcat! #7  Kate Leth (Writer), Brittney L. Williams (Artist), Megan Williams (Color Artist), VC’S Clayton Cowles (Letterer) Marvel Comics June 15th, 2016

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