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    Jules Low

    Staff Writer. Jules Low is a genderfluid trans lady located in Australia. She's a Fine Arts graduate, freelance illustrator, lover of Super Sentai and Power Rangers, self-proclaimed Professor of Zoids and Digimon, raving Halo fan, and the sort of person who reaches the maximum level of characters allowed on World of Warcraft.

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  • Gunpla: Rediscovering My Childhood and Self Care

    Gunpla: Rediscovering My Childhood and Self Care1

    • June 29, 2016

    “So what is Gunpla?” This was a question from my partner that I’d been dreading for some time. For those who don’t know, “Gunpla” is the portmanteau for “Gundam” and “plastic,” simply meaning the official model kits based on the mecha from the eponymous anime franchise. They are also something I have damn-near obsessively dived

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  • Games to Play at Your Galentine Gatherings

    Games to Play at Your Galentine Gatherings0

    • February 12, 2016

    Whether you’re spending this “holiday” weekend with lovers or family, Jules has some gaming suggestions for you!

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  • Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue #0

    Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue #03

    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #0 Kyle Higgins (Writer), Hendry Prasetya (Illustrator), Matt Herms (Colourist), Ed Dukeshire (Letterer) for BOOM! January 13, 2016 I’m going to make something very clear first and foremost: I love Power Rangers. Maybe a little too much. I’ve been a fan since the very beginning—Saban’s Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers—as a fresh-faced chubby kindergartener,

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  • Two Questions About Netflix’s Iron Fist Adaptation

    Two Questions About Netflix’s Iron Fist Adaptation1

    It’s been an issue that’s hung over the series like a dark cloud since it was first announced in 2014. No matter the other elements such as mysticism, tone, and plot, there’s been a very big question about the upcoming Netflix Iron Fist series that revolves around one thing quite simply: race. It can’t be avoided, and frankly

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