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    Emma Snape

    Emma is an Ohio native who has worked in film production and education, and writes about comics on the side. She loves thinking about the role of visuals in narrative storytelling, both in film and comics, reading comics set in cities she's lived in, and telling people to read X-Force (1991).

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  • JANUARY AfterShock Pubwatch

    JANUARY AfterShock Pubwatch0

    Happy New Years, and welcome to a whole new decade of WWAC’s AfterShock Comics Pubwatch Coverage! The year has already started out with plenty of news and new releases from AfterShock Comics, as they encourage us to #readdangerously for another year.

  • Excalibur #6: Hail to the King, Baby

    Excalibur #6: Hail to the King, Baby0

    Excalibur #6 begins with a resurrection, jumping directly into action as the story forges ahead. The X-Men meet D&D in this issue as the team returns to Otherworld on a rescue mission, and finds themselves caught up in a war for the throne they didn’t anticipate. To rescue Brian Braddock, Excalibur travels further into the

  • Excalibur #5 and the Gospel of Dolly Parton

    Excalibur #5 and the Gospel of Dolly Parton0

    The events of the past four issues come to a head in Excalibur #5, as the groundwork laid by the creative team comes together in explosive ways. With the long promised return of Rogue, Excalibur assembles its full team for the first time, just in time to change the status quo in a huge fashion. Excalibur has been one

  • New Mutants #5: Space, The Final Frontier

    New Mutants #5: Space, The Final Frontier0

    In the fifth issue of Jonathan Hickman and Rod Reis’s New Mutants, the team’s space mission encounters real space danger, as the New Mutants go head-to-head with the Shi’ar Death Commandos. Dawn of X’s space saga hurtles ahead and the New Mutants entangle themselves in more interstellar political turmoil than anyone expected from a simple