Terry Pratchett was an important author–to a lot of you, to a lot of your faves (Kieron Gillen, for example), to a lot of us. Here’s how. Rachel Stevens: I remember working at a library part time in high school, and tracking down every Pratchett book I could find. I think the first work I…
Con season is already underway for many of us, and while surviving a con may not be as stressful as surviving a zombie apocalypse, they’re pretty damn close. So, I polled our amazing staff and contributors, who are seasoned con pros, mind you, to share their tips for surviving con season.
I’m back! Hi! Did you miss me and my Marvel musings? Look, I love you all so much that I brought the alliteration back in my intro blurb. The things I do for you.
I know, I know: It’s mighty Marvel Monday not…Marvel…Tuesday…Time. I don’t know.
This Monday, in Marvel news:
Agent Carter is a new miniseries broadcast on ABC, starring Hayley Atwell as Captain America’s associate and S.H.I.E.L.D co-founder Peggy Carter, a spy in the World War II era. The show joins Peggy after the events of the first Captain America movie, when Steve “dies” and the war ends. She’s feeling a bit lost when…
Hey everyone! Happy first Mighty Marvel Monday of 2015!
Well, kids, 2014 sure was a year. Let’s take a look back at the Marvel news that made this year exciting/bearable/confusing, shall we?
Do you have a non-comics reader in your life who thinks comics are non-literary, superhero smut designed for nerdy men? Do they need a conversion? Well, have no fear, Ginnis and Ivy are here to recommend some comics for turning your non-comics reader into an avid fan!
It’s time again for Marvel Monday — all the Marvel news that’s fit to link from other sites, with a healthy dose of my sass-mouthed commentary. Oh, and there’s some spoilers today at the very end: you’ve been warned!
Here we are, Marvel Mondayers, in the post-Cumberstrange world — an announcement that elicited almost no response, maybe because we’d all already resigned ourselves to this outcome. Whatevs, Marvel.
Comics artist Pat Broderick once drew Batman: Year Three, Doom 2099, and Micronauts. He quit drawing those things in the 90’s and left the industry, during a time when many were doing so, because comics suuuuuuuucked to work in due to the industry bottoming out after what is called the “speculator boom.” Now he’s back…