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    Kat Overland

    Small press editor Kat Overland is a displaced Texan now living in Washington, DC, where she is perpetually behind on reading her pull list. She's a millennial, Latina, exhausted, and can often be spotted casually cosplaying America Chavez and complaining.

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  • PEOW! Studio’s Bio-Whale Flies High

    PEOW! Studio’s Bio-Whale Flies High0

    Bio-Whale Ville Kallio PEOW! Studio August 2015 Disclaimer: Bio-Whale was reviewed using a digital review copy provided by PEOW! Studio. The first thing Bio-Whale hits you with is color. Vibrant pinks and blues are splashed over the pages, a spectrum of carnival cotton candy. It’s the sort of book that seems like it would feel

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  • Sister Wolf: A Dark Soundtrack for a Day in Gotham

    Sister Wolf: A Dark Soundtrack for a Day in Gotham1

    Villians Sister Wolf August 2015 Sister Wolf is a three-piece rock band that initially met playing blues at Sarah Lawrence College. Now, they’re taking the stories and psyches of several comic book characters in Villians, their first full-length album (available to stream on SoundCloud now). Made up of Steph Wolf, Chris Atkins, and Matt Weitman, the band cites both comics and feminism as

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  • The Winners of the 2015 Hugo Awards: Puppies Lose, Translations Win

    The Winners of the 2015 Hugo Awards: Puppies Lose, Translations Win1

    • August 25, 2015

    WorldCon opened this year in Spokane, Washington, amid roiling controversy that’s been brewing ever since Vox Day, editor, publisher, and blogger created a voting slate for the Huge Awards back in February. An industry award for science fiction and fantasy works, the nominees are voted on by fans who pay to become members of World

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  • Yes, There’s Rape in Lobo #9

    Yes, There’s Rape in Lobo #90

    (Content Warning: This article contains discussion of rape) The warning-free preview of Lobo #9, written by Frank J. Barbiere and Cullen Bunn, art by Szymon Kudranski and Cliff Richards, and colors by Blond, opens with villain Countess Fabria Odessa taking control of Lobo via mechanical spiders. She has him spread eagled on a bed, unable to fight back, and she straddles

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