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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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  • Ms. Marvel is Kamala. Khan Marvel Do Better With Diversity?9

    • November 15, 2013

    If you’re net-enabled and into comics, there’s literally no way you could’ve missed the news. Marvel has  introduced a new Ms. Marvel. Her name is Kamala Khan, and she’s a Pakistani-American Muslim shapeshifter from New Jersey. She’s going through the typical rebellious phase any American teen might go through, tempered by the fact that she

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  • Marvel on the Street Beat!1

    • November 11, 2013

    The world was all abuzz when news hit in 2009 that Disney, the Mouse that Walt built, bought Marvel Entertainment. Speculation was fast and furious that good things were on the horizon, and so far, speculation has been right. It’s been four years, and things have been percolating in the background and popping into the

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  • What’s In A Codename2

    • October 14, 2013

    Marvel Comics has long been my oldest and preferred superhero reading material, but over the years it’s developed some patterns I can’t help but notice and wince at just a little. Codenames. I’m not griping that they exist; in the universe the characters run in, having a costumed identity separate from the regular “day to

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