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    Cori McCreery

    Cori is a life long comic nerd residing in Northern California. A life long Supergirl and DC Comics fan, she is the DC Comics Beat Reporter for Women Write About Comics.

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  • Fighting Against Fascism in Supergirl’s “American Dreamer”

    Fighting Against Fascism in Supergirl’s “American Dreamer”0

    Supergirl 4.19: “American Dreamer” Robert Rovner, Jessica Queller, Sarah Schechter, Greg Berlanti (Executive Producers), David Harewood (director), Joanie L. Woehler, Jennifer Lence, Carl Ogawa, Derek Simon, Chris Pavoni (producers), Jesse Warn, Gabriel Llanas, Dana Horgan (Supervising Producers), Lindsay Sturman, Rob Wright (Co-Executive Producers) Eric Carasco, Daniel Beaty, Aadrita Mukerji (executive story editors), Katie Rose Rogers (story

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  • DC Universe Expands Its Comic Selection With One Notable Exception

    DC Universe Expands Its Comic Selection With One Notable Exception3

    When the DC Universe streaming service launched last year, what could have been its biggest strength wound up being its biggest weakness. For years, Marvel has been expanding their own Marvel Unlimited service and it currently contains a large swath of their published material. When DC announced DC Universe, many assumed it was going to

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  • DC Comics PUBWATCH – April 2019 Edition

    DC Comics PUBWATCH – April 2019 Edition0

    The biggest news this month for DC Comics was the full-on committal of the company to getting their comics on the DC Universe App. At Wonder Con it was announced that soon they’d have their entire digital catalog (with a twelve-month delay for new issues) on the platform, and they’re doing their best to make

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  • The True Victim of Heroes In Crisis #8

    The True Victim of Heroes In Crisis #84

    Heroes In Crisis #8 Clayton Cowles (letterer), Mitch Gerads (art, colors, cover), Tom King (writer), Travis Moore (art) DC Comics April 24, 2019 This Post Contains Spoilers for Heroes In Crisis #8. I have never been more outraged at a book than I am at Heroes In Crisis #8. Between the broken promises of what

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