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    Jamie Kingston

    Jamie Kingston is a Native New Yorker, enduring a transplant to Atlanta. She’s a lifelong comic fan, having started at age 13 and never looked back, developing a decades-spanning collection and the need to call out the creators when she expects better of them. Her devotion extends to television, films, and books as well as the rare cosplay. She sates her need to create in a number of ways including being an active editor on the TV Tropes website, creating art and fan art, and working on her randomly updating autobiographical web comic, Orchid Coloured Glasses. As a woman of color, she considers it important to focus on diversity issues in the media. She received the Harpy Agenda micro-grant in November of 2015 for exceptional comics journalism by a writer of color.

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  • Cartoon Academy: Tangled The Series

    Cartoon Academy: Tangled The Series0

    • June 6, 2017

    Tangled The Series is Disney’s latest Princess series spinoff from a successful film. The art is lovely and the opening hints at the overarching secret of how the Princess’ hair came back. There’s an almost papercraft quality to the art, and the theme song sounds like it came right out of the film. For those unfamiliar,

  • WarGames: The Only Winning Move Is Still Not to Play

    WarGames: The Only Winning Move Is Still Not to Play0

    WarGames is a late 20th century film that puts the lie to adults scoffing that teens care about nothing other than food, fooling around, and enjoying the latest pop culture fads. Surprise, surprise: teens don’t want to die in a nuclear holocaust either. Teens are as capable of empathy, love, regret, guilt and fear as any adult —