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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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  • BSG v BSG #4: Good Plot, But No Context

    BSG v BSG #4: Good Plot, But No Context0

    BSG vs BSG #4 Peter David (Writer), Edu Menna (Artist), Mohan (Colourist), Taylor Esposito (Letterer) Dynamite Comics 18 April, 2018 The original Battlestar Galactica has been sucked through a wormhole into a universe where they face… the reboot Battlestar Galactica. Following the OG-Galactica is the OG-Pegasus, bearing an alien called Kali who proclaims to be

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  • Reinventing Arthurian Myths in Sword of Ages: An Interview with Gabriel Rodriguez

    Reinventing Arthurian Myths in Sword of Ages: An Interview with Gabriel Rodriguez0

    On a faraway world, Avalon, a young warrior, sets out to fulfil her destiny. Unbeknownst to her, there are dangers aplenty on her planet. Warring factions vie for power, ruthless in their efforts to gain control. Avalon knows little about her parents or where she is from. She was raised by tigers and trained by

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  • Green Hornet #2: Rise of a Fascinating New Hero

    Green Hornet #2: Rise of a Fascinating New Hero0

    Green Hornet #2 Amy Chu (Writer), German Erramouspe (Artist), Brittany Pezzillo (Colours), Tom Napolitano (Letters) Dynamite Comics 4 April, 2018 There is a new Green Hornet in Century City and she isn’t afraid to kick ass. Mulan Hayashi has taken over the mantle from Britt Reid Jr., now missing for over three weeks following a

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  • Fragments of Femininity: A Clichéd Look at Womanhood

    Fragments of Femininity: A Clichéd Look at Womanhood0

    Fragments of Femininity Olivier Pont (writer and artist) Europe Comics 18 January, 2017 IZNEO HAS PROVIDED WWAC WITH A VIP ACCESS PASS. What makes a woman feminine? Olivier Pont’s graphic novel, Fragments of Femininity, translated from his 2015 French graphic novel, DesSeins, aims to study the symbol of women’s femininity—their breasts—through the stories of seven women

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