The first arc of Hellions wraps up just in time for X of Swords, leaving the readers with moral quandaries and righteous anger. Hellions #4 is a dirty, grimy, yet satisfying conclusion to an arc that still sets things up for the future.
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.
Who asked for the body horror in Hellions #3? It was one of you, don’t lie!
Welcome to Cover Girls. Each month, we gather a team of WWAC contributors to analyze a new and notable comic book cover featuring one or more women. This month, Rachel, Cori, Dani, Wendy, and Zoe share their thoughts on the cover of Marauders #12 by Russell Dauterman for Marvel Comics.
Back to our (maybe) reality, we catch up where we left off with the team two issues ago in Excalibur #11.
The Cotati have invaded Genosha! And there they find…zombies! And…old ladies? The X-Men are in for one of their strangest fights yet, and we’re here to talk about it!
The Cotati are on Earth! Worse than that: they’re on Genosha! Somehow this all leads to [Alien] Plants versus [Mutant] Zombies versus Old Ladies, and with a three-way fight like that, we need three writers to review Empyre: X-Men #1!
Welcome to the July and SDCC@home edition of the DC Pubwatch! This month we bid a fond farewell to the antics of one James Olsen with Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen #12 and cover the news that came out of a very different version of San Diego Comic-Con.
Our team of severely broken people arrives at the State Home for Foundlings and things get unbelievably messy in Hellions #2. Well, messier, because let’s be honest, things were already messy for this group of chaos engines.
We’re over and done with Day Four of ComicCon@Home. Is anyone else also loving the convenience and accessibility of the pre-recorded panels? For Saturday we checked out Doctor Who: Time Lord Victorious, HBO’s Lovecraft Country, and Personal Stories in Graphic Novels. Louis, Kate, and Cori also enjoyed the panels listed below, which explored the state…
A virtual comic convention is convenient for many reasons, including the opportunity to plan other things around your convention day, instead of having it consume your day completely. Too bad I forgot about that timezone difference, which messed up all my careful organization! Things got a bit livelier for day two of ComicCon@Home. Here are…
If there’s one constant over the last ten years of Batgirl stories, it’s DC revisiting the time that Joker paralyzed Barbara Gordon. In 2011, when the New 52 launched, it did so with Barbara back behind the cowl as Batgirl, something that hadn’t been seen since 1988 in Batgirl Special #1. The Killing Joke hit…