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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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  • Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Whatever [No Spoilers]

    Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Whatever [No Spoilers]12

    • March 23, 2016

    Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice Director: Zack Snyder Writers: Chris Terrio and David S. Goyer Starring: Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Jesse Eisenberg Warner Bros. March 24, 2016 There are two ways to enjoy a viewing of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The tack Zack Snyder probably hopes you take is going

  • Interview: Tommy Siegel of Jukebox the Ghost Q&A

    Interview: Tommy Siegel of Jukebox the Ghost Q&A0

    If you like your indie rock on the up-beat, apocalyptic, and with a piano, then Jukebox the Ghost is probably the band for you. The trio recently kicked off their latest American tour, starting in DC. They’re on the up-and-up, having just completed a successful Kickstarter to fund a live album, and releasing a new music video for

  • Lucifer on Fox: Pretty Lukewarm

    Lucifer on Fox: Pretty Lukewarm4

    • January 26, 2016

    Lucifer Morningstar got his start in Sandman #4, created by Neil Gaiman and Sam Keith. Based initially in part on David Bowie and John Milton’s Paradise Lost, and fleshed out in a solo series by Mike Carey, Peter Gross, and Ryan Kelly, Lucifer runs the gamut — stories involve angels, demons, ghosts, fighting the armies of Heaven, creating a

  • Slow Burn: A Review of Sophie Goldstein’s The Oven

    Slow Burn: A Review of Sophie Goldstein’s The Oven0

    The Oven Sophie Goldstein AdHouse Books June 2015 Disclaimer: This review is based on a review copy provided by AdHouse Books. The Oven took two categories at the 2015 Ignatz Awards: Outstanding Graphic Novel and Outstanding Comic, wins that were well-deserved. Sophie Goldstein, who was nominated last year for House of Women, might also be familiar as