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    Melinda Pierce

    Contributor for WWAC, mother of 2 mini-geeks, writer, and girl geek. Dreams of having enough time to write Veronica Mars fanfiction. @melindabpierce

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  • Two Takes on M3 Volume One: Beginnings

    Two Takes on M3 Volume One: Beginnings0

    M3 Volume 1: Beginnings Erica Shultz (writer), Vincente Alcazar (artist) Vices Press, Digital Release September 24, 2014 Disclaimer: This review contains some spoilers. WWAC reviewed M3: Volume 1 with a review copy from Vices Press. Last summer was busy with WWACs Swords of Sorrow event coverage, but when Desiree and I were given an opportunity to review

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  • Mom’N’Pop Culture: Can Kids’ Art Be Inappropriate?

    Mom’N’Pop Culture: Can Kids’ Art Be Inappropriate?0

    Can kid’s art be inappropriate? It’s a loaded question, and one I’ve found to be sometimes answered with sarcasm or dismissive sentiments such as “they’re just kids.” This means they’ll draw what they see, and if grown-ups consider it to contain inappropriate depictions of body parts or scenarios considered too adult for children to understand, it’s

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  • This Week in WWAC History: Friendship

    This Week in WWAC History: Friendship2

    • May 1, 2016

    As you could probably tell, the WWAC History theme of the past couple of weeks has centered around the release of Captain America: Civil War. Today is no different, but from the headline and articles below you may not be able to tell why. I’ll explain the connection. The movie trailer has me concerned about a

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  • This Week in WWAC History: Pre-Movie Release Thoughts on Marvel’s Civil War

    This Week in WWAC History: Pre-Movie Release Thoughts on Marvel’s Civil War0

    • April 24, 2016

    Last December, when the Captain America: Civil War trailer premiered, our WWAC staffers pulled together two roundtables to discuss the comics vs. the expectations of the upcoming movie. With such varied opinions and the high and/or low hopes regarding the movie, it’ll be interesting to see how the opinions change and/or stay the same after

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