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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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  • Accolades and Imprisonment for Cartoonists in Iran

    Accolades and Imprisonment for Cartoonists in Iran0

    Political cartoons can be subversive, pointing out weaknesses in government organizations and leadership. Iran is a country with an especially deep cultural history of political cartooning. It’s so integral there that the municipality of Tehran even sponsors the House of Cartoon, which hosts exhibits and education in cartooning, hoping for cross-cultural events which mix Iranian cartoonists’ work

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  • Tank Girl Rides Again! – 21st Century Tankgirl Reviewed

    Tank Girl Rides Again! – 21st Century Tankgirl Reviewed0

    21st Century Tank Girl #1 Alan Martin, Jamie Hewlett (creators) Brett Parson Warwick Johnson-Cadwell, Johnathan Edwards, Philip Bond (pencillers) Titan Comics June 2015 WWAC reviewed 21st Century Tank Girl #1 with an advanced review copy from Titan Comics.

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  • Disability in the Dystopian Future of Mad Max: Fury Road

    Disability in the Dystopian Future of Mad Max: Fury Road21

    Approximately 15% of the world’s population has some kind of disability, but in pop culture people with disabilities are rarely seen: only 1% of characters have some kind of disability in American television shows. It’s not a trend that more genre films have managed to shake. The Hunger Games, for example, is a franchise that actively

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  • Review: The Fox #1-2

    Review: The Fox #1-21

    The Fox – #1 & #2 Mark Waid (writer) Dean Haspiel (artist, writer) Dark Circle Comics The Fox is a character that has been kicking around superhero universes since 1940, and has risen again as part of Archie Comics’ revitalized superhero line-up. This current iteration, by Dean Haspiel and Mark Waid, is picking up where their mini-series Freak Magnet,

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