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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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  • 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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  • Toward a More Intersectional Jew? A Review of Miriam Libicki’s Graphic Essays

    Toward a More Intersectional Jew? A Review of Miriam Libicki’s Graphic Essays0

    Toward a Hot Jew: Graphic Essays by Miriam Libicki Miriam Libicki Fantagraphics Books September 28, 2016 For every human being stuck between two or more axes of oppression, the internecine fighting of intersectional politics can be as frustrating and upsetting as hatred. As sick and horrified as I felt at recent acts of Antisemitism inspired

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  • Book That Shaped Me: Great Expectations

    Book That Shaped Me: Great Expectations2

    • October 13, 2015

    I’m the reader and writer I am today because of Great Expectations, by which I mean, I’m the reader and writer I am today because I watched an episode from season one of South Park. Wait, what? Let me explain … As kids, most of us experience pop culture through adaptations, whether they’re the large-print

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