The tarot world is getting a scientific makeover with the Women of Science Tarot, a new deck out September 8th from Massive Science and MIT Press that honors inspiring women scientists, physicians, mathematicians, and programmers, and their contributions to the scientific fields.
In a pandemic, in a time of unrest, in a world that constantly keeps marginalized people in crisis, how do we imagine an ideal future? How do we look past the obstacles immediately in front of us and consider a happy, queer world? How do we dream? Editor and cartoonist H-P Lehkonen decided to create…
Time to go back to school with some comics–perfect for readers of any age. This month, we take a look at the long-awaited Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious #1!
I really, really want New Mutants to be great. It’s been…solid, for the first year, but against the rest of the current X-Men line, is solid really enough?
In the first issue of this Bill and Ted Face the Music prequel comic, much fun is had, and an intriguing plot is born.
The thing about X-Force is that somehow, after a full twelve issues, what would’ve been a year’s worth of comics in non-COVID times, I still keep wanting to come back to it, review work aside. That it accomplishes this despite featuring two characters I’ve come to despise is impressive.
LONG LIVE THE RED QUEEN! Kate Pryde is back, and ready to take some revenge on the Black King. But first, she has some people to see and places to go in Marauders #12.
A sleuth, stolen goods, and second chances strengthen the subplot in this successive session of Wicked Things. The ongoing series from the creative team behind Giant Days shows us the subtle superpowers of smartphone sellers, while with sincere satisfaction we see Lottie’s skills spotlit.
Welcome to the Archie Comics Pubwatch for the month of September! I’m Lisa reporting from a corner booth at Pop’s Chock’lit Shoppe, and here’s this month’s news! In this month’s Archie Comics Pubwatch, lots of comics have dropped as Archie starts to catch up to their pre-COVID release slate!
Atlanta’s Dragon Con was one of many science fiction and fantasy conventions to become a purely online event for 2020, but — just like the Hugo Awards at Worldcon — its annual Dragon Awards went ahead as scheduled this Sunday. Decided via a free online poll, the Dragon Awards recognise science fiction and fantasy novels,…
John Constantine: Hellblazer #9, like the previous issues, is a story about ideas. All stories are to some extent about ideas, but this run of Hellblazer goes a step further, pushing at the boundaries of truth, concepts, and abstracts until all three blur together.
Leah Williams and David Baldeon kicked off the new X-Factor last month with the story of Jean-Paul Beaubier (Northstar) gathering a team to investigate the death of his sister, Jeanne-Marie Beaubier (Aurora), in hopes of resurrecting her on Krakoa. This month’s issue begins with Aurora and Northstar’s reunion and quickly moves to X-Factor’s newest case,…