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    Jameson Hampton

    Jamey is a non-binary adventurer from Buffalo, NY who wishes they were immortal so they’d have time to visit every coffee shop in the world. They write code, like plants, record podcasts, categorize zines and read tarot cards. Ask them about Star Wars or Vampire: the Masquerade if you dare.

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  • Comics I Read While Recovering From Surgery

    Comics I Read While Recovering From Surgery2

    Hi, my name is Jameson Hampton, I’m a critic for Women Write About Comics, and I recently went under the knife for my gender affirming surgery! (Yay!) Now that I’m in recovery, I’m trying to make the best of it: I have air conditioning during this heatwave, I have care packages from some dear friends,

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  • Voltron: Legendary Defender #1 Brings Hope to the Galaxy

    Voltron: Legendary Defender #1 Brings Hope to the Galaxy0

    Voltron: Legendary Defender Vol. 3 #1 Mitch Iverson (writer), Beni Lobel (colorist), Rubine (artist) Lion Forge July 11th, 2018 A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Another day, another Voltron #1. This is actually the third volume of Voltron: Legendary Defender comics that Lion Forge

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  • Authenticity and Happiness Shine Through in The Bride Was A Boy

    Authenticity and Happiness Shine Through in The Bride Was A Boy0

    The Bride Was A Boy Chii (story and art) Seven Seas May 2018 A great example of queer representation in manga, The Bride Was A Boy is an autobiographical story about a Japanese trans woman and her experience falling in love, transitioning, and getting married in Japan. Everything about this book is cute and heartwarming—Chii’s

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  • Dissecting “Men in Comics” at TCAF 2018

    Dissecting “Men in Comics” at TCAF 20180

    From the dawn of the Golden Age of Comics, there has been one overlooked group of people that has faced the most adversity and struggled more than any other to find a place in comics: straight white men. At this year’s TCAF, a panel of talented comics creators tackled the important, yet controversial, issue of

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