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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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  • Last Week’s Episode: Hellboy, Hawkeye, & Dove

    Last Week’s Episode: Hellboy, Hawkeye, & Dove0

    Another week, another cascade of comics-adjacent media in the news! Hellboy drops this week, Avengers this month, and Disney cannot stop itself from mining the Marvel IP mines for literally everything they can. Lexi Alexander Lexi Alexander (Punisher: War Zone), Oscar-nominated director, kickboxing champion, former stuntwoman, and prolific tweeter, did a really fascinating interview about cinematography,

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  • Last Week’s Episode: Sailor Moon Sings in America

    Last Week’s Episode: Sailor Moon Sings in America0

    WWAC runs all what comics news is fit to print over at Previously — but every day brings its own deluge of comics-adjacent news. So here’s a new column, Last Week’s Episode, where we curate the most interesting bits of comic film, TV, and other media each week. According to me, anyway!

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  • Okay, But Does Batman Fuck? WWAC’s Definitive Take

    Okay, But Does Batman Fuck? WWAC’s Definitive Take3

    Zack Snyder made a definitive statement about Batman’s bloodlust (or at least Batfleck’s), but does The Dark Knight bone? Is the World’s Greatest Detective also one of the world’s greatest lovers? The discussion at WWAC got heated this week and so we decided to share our insights into what exactly Bruce might be doing with

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  • Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt is A Meta Man

    Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt is A Meta Man2

    Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt #1 Kieron Gillen (writer), Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (letters), Mary Safro (colorist), Caspar Wungaard (artist) Dynamite January 30th Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt is a new take on an old character—one you might not know by name but who, if you’re big into superheroes, will sound very familiar once you get to know him.

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