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    C.P. Hoffman

    By day, C.P. Hoffman writes about digital accessibility and the law; by night, they write about comics, pop culture, books, and gender. They have lived across North America (Indianapolis > Chicago > New York > Montreal > Indianapolis again), but now reside just outside of Washington, DC. C.P. has a particular affinity for Spider-Women, but also loves Wonder Woman, comics about witches, and stories about time travel. For inexplicable reasons, they also tweet a lot about the Fantastic Four. Twitter: @CPHwriter

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  • Previously on Comics: The WiFi is HOW much?!?

    Previously on Comics: The WiFi is HOW much?!?0

    Things are a little quiet now that San Diego Comic-Con is over, but have no fear, we still have plenty of comics-related news for you. First up, a couple of stories about just how hard it can be for the folks who make comics to also make a buck:

  • Nancy Drew #1 Delivers All-Ages Mystery (and a Goat)

    Nancy Drew #1 Delivers All-Ages Mystery (and a Goat)0

    Nancy Drew #1 Triona Farrell (Colorist), Ariana Maher (Letterer), Jenn St-Onge (Artist), and Kelly Thompson (Writer) Dynamite Comics June 13, 2018 A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. America’s most famous teen detective is back, this time in comics form. In Nancy Drew #1, Kelly Thompson, Jenn St-Onge,

  • Previously On Comics: Fool’s Gold

    Previously On Comics: Fool’s Gold0

    Hey everybody! Welcome to the latest thrilling chapter of Previously on Comics, where we tell you about some of the big news from the past week. Before we dive in, a warning: One of this week’s stories contains some truly disturbing subject matter involving murder, which we’ve saved for last. Please take care to avoid

  • Previously on Comics: Comics Was Only Mostly a Dumpster Fire This Week

    Previously on Comics: Comics Was Only Mostly a Dumpster Fire This Week1

    We’re going to start off this week with some good news for once. Remember a few weeks ago when we told you about our IndieGoGo campaign to fund WWAC’s move to a new web host? Well, the campaign was a roaring success, meeting 159% of our goal. Our sincerest thanks to everyone who contributed or