• Jem and the Holograms – Infinite: Colourful Caper through Parallel Worlds

    Jem and the Holograms – Infinite: Colourful Caper through Parallel Worlds0

    Jem and the Holograms: Infinite  Kelly Thompson (Writer), Stacey Lee, Jenn St-Onge (Artists), Jen Hickman (Artist and Letters), Sarah Stern, M. Victoria Robado (Letters and Colours), Shawn Lee (Letters), Brittany Peer (Colours) IDW Publishing 13 February, 2018 Jem and the Holograms and the Misfits are at it again: not singing, but arguing. Can these two

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  • The Woods Falls Flat On QTPOC Representation

    The Woods Falls Flat On QTPOC Representation0

    The Woods Volumes 1-8 James Tynion IV (writer), Michael Dialynas (artist), Josan Gonzalez (colorist), Ed Dukeshire (letterer) Boom! Studios When I read the first couple volumes of The Woods last year, I felt that the series had promise. James Tynion IV offered up a plot and world that were fun—Bay Point High School is randomly

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  • Teaching Diverse Lit: Cinderella meets New Beijing

    Teaching Diverse Lit: Cinderella meets New Beijing0

    • October 17, 2017

    We are fully immersed in the era of adaptations. Fiction fans need not wait more than a week to hear that a favorite novel or comic will soon to make its way to the big or small screen. Old television shows and movies are earning reboots left and right. Stories are getting second and third

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  • The REadWind: Mary Anne Saves The Day

    The REadWind: Mary Anne Saves The Day1

    The REadWind series gets contributors to re-read the books they haven’t read in years and self-reflect. The goal is to explore how the contributors’ growth as a person plays a role in their experience in revisiting the book. Do they still like/hate it? How has it changed? Why? Growing up, my mother ran a small

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  • The REadWind: Alanna: The First Adventure

    The REadWind: Alanna: The First Adventure0

    The REadWind series gets contributors to re-read the books they haven’t read in years and self-reflect. The goal is to explore how the contributors’ growth as a person plays a role in their experience in revisiting the book. Do they still like/hate it? How has it changed? Why? We ask the contributors to for a

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  • Lois Lane Thrills In Triple Threat

    Lois Lane Thrills In Triple Threat0

    Lois Lane: Triple Threat  Gwenda Bond Switch Press May 2017 In many cultures three is a magic number but in my experience, however, the number three can be a bit of a curse for book and movie sequels. The first iteration of a story is good, maybe even groundbreaking, and sets expectations that the sequel needs

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