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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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  • A Hell Of An Innocent: Great Art, Good Story, Poor Ending

    A Hell Of An Innocent: Great Art, Good Story, Poor Ending0

    A Hell Of An Innocent Zidrou (Writer), Philippe Berthet (Artist), Dargaud (Belgium), Europe Comics (English) 18 April, 2018 Disclaimer: Izneo has provided WWAC with a VIP Access Pass. The small city of Dubbo, New South Wales, hasn’t seen much crime in its day. But the one crime that has lived with its residents, and continues

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  • Leaving the Best for Last: Feminasty by Erin Gibson

    Leaving the Best for Last: Feminasty by Erin Gibson0

    Feminasty: The Complicated Woman’s Guide to Surviving the Patriarchy Without Drinking Herself to Death Erin Gibson Grand Central Publishing September 4, 2018 You know that old adage – if I don’t laugh, I’ll cry? Being a woman is hard; often-times unbearable. You have to laugh off the daily horrors or you won’t get through another

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  • Tragicomic: Gorgeous Art for a Riveting Story

    Tragicomic: Gorgeous Art for a Riveting Story0

    Tragicomic Part 1 The Candle Wasters (Creators) NZ on Air (Publishers) August 3, 2018 Hannah Moore’s life is a mess. Her dad disappeared a month ago. Her mom, Jude, has already moved into a serious relationship with Hannah’s art teacher, Martin. The only person who understands Hannah’s concerns about her life is her oldest friend,

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  • Fight Like A Girl Review: An Empowering Feminist Manifesto

    Fight Like A Girl Review: An Empowering Feminist Manifesto0

    Fight Like A Girl Clementine Ford (Writer) Oneworld Publications August 29, 2018 #MeToo. #TimesUp. The world over, women have been standing up and sharing their stories of abuse at the hands of powerful men. It isn’t the first time women have risen up but there is a difference this time. These women’s voices are being

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