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    Louis Skye

    A writer at heart with a fondness for well-told stories, Louis Skye is always looking for a way to escape the planet, whether through comic books, films, television, books or video games. She always has an eye out for the subversive and champions diversity in media.

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  • The Adventures of Theodore Poussin: A Rudderless Chronicle

    The Adventures of Theodore Poussin: A Rudderless Chronicle0

    The Adventures of Theodore Poussin Vol.1: Captain Steen Frank Le Gall (Writer and Artist) Dupuis (Belgium), Europe Comics (English) 19 September, 2018 Disclaimer: Izneo has provided WWAC with a VIP Access Pass. Dunkirk. December, 1927. Theodore Poussin longs for more than his administrative job at a freighting office of a large shipping company, where he documents the

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  • Archie Meets Batman ’66 #3 Review: The Plot Thickens… A Bit

    Archie Meets Batman ’66 #3 Review: The Plot Thickens… A Bit0

    Archie Meets Batman ’66 #3: The Batman of Riverdale J. Bone (artist), Kelly Fitzpatrick (colours), Michael Moreci (writer), Jack Morelli (letters), Dan Parent (artist), Jeff Parker (writer) Archie Comics and DC Entertainment 26 September, 2018 The villains of Gotham are taking over Riverdale. But there is a major flaw in their plan. The Siren’s song

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  • The Girl Who Danced With Death: A Captivating But Directionless Sequel

    The Girl Who Danced With Death: A Captivating But Directionless Sequel0

    Millennium – Volume 4 – The Girl Who Danced With Death – Chapter 1 Sylvain Runberg (Writer), Belen Ortega (Artist), Phillipe Glogowski (Letters), Rachel Zerner (Translator) Titan Comics August 15, 2018 Disclaimer: Izneo has provided WWAC with a VIP Access Pass. Stieg Larsson’s Millennium trilogy gets new life with a graphic novel continuation series from

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  • Marguerite Bennett on Changing the Gender Landscape of Comics

    Marguerite Bennett on Changing the Gender Landscape of Comics0

    Marguerite Bennett is a name many will immediately recognise. She is the writer behind DC’s Batwoman and Bombshells, Marvel’s A-Force and Angela: Queen of Hel, as well as her own series, InSeXts and Animosity. There is one general theme in Bennett’s comics, something not often seen in comics creators’ bodies of work: a plethora of

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