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    Rebecca Henely

    A longtime comics fan and journalism major, Rebecca has previously written for Sequential Tart and weekly newspapers in New Jersey, Delaware and Queens. Her post-Lois Lane life involves pondering the intersection of low and high culture as she reads classic novels and watches RuPaul's Drag Race. Follow her on twitter at @quietprofanity.

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  • Gotta Catch “Pocket Mortys: Pocket Like You Stole It”

    Gotta Catch “Pocket Mortys: Pocket Like You Stole It”0

    Rick and Morty: Pocket Like You Stole It Tini Howard (Writer), Marc Ellerby (Artist), Katy Farina (Colorist) Oni Press March 21, 2018 The Rick and Morty tie-in game Pocket Mortys hit mobile devices in 2016, but has had a surprisingly long … um, app store life for what’s basically a less complex Pokemon parody. The

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  • The Beatles Story: And Your Book Can Sing

    The Beatles Story: And Your Book Can Sing0

    The Beatles Story Angus Allan (Writer), Arthur Ranson (Artist) Rebellion/The Treasury of British Comics February 2018 Ever since Beatlemania began in 1963, comics has watched, recorded, and re-interpreted the Fab Four. It started very early on, with the now defunct Dell Comics 1964, a sanitized one-shot biography of The Beatles. But it has included everything

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  • Twisted Romance #2: A Promising Second Date

    Twisted Romance #2: A Promising Second Date0

    Twisted Romance #2 Alejandra Gutierrez (artist, “Twinkle & The Star”), Alex de Campi (writer, “Twinkle & The Star), Vita Ayala (“Back at Your Door”), Meredith McLaren (writer/artist, “Would You Even Know It?”) Image Comics February 14, 2018 Reports of romance comics’ death have always been greatly exaggerated. Crying white women pining over hunks in four-color

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  • Rick and Morty #32: Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Space Car

    Rick and Morty #32: Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Space Car0

    Rick and Morty #32 Pamela Ribon (Writer), Erica Hayes (Artist), Katy Farina (Colorist) Oni Press November 29, 2017 The first episode I ever watched of Rick and Morty was “Raising Gazorpazorp.” While the show has since become one of my favorites my initial impression based on that episode was … not great. The main storyline

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