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    Rine Karr

    Rine Karr is the Chief Copyeditor and an occasional contributor at Women Write About Comics. She's a writer and aspiring novelist by moonlight and a copy editor by daylight. Rine loves good food, travel, and lots of fiction, especially novels, anime, manga, video games, and films. She's also an Anime Writer at Girls in Capes.

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  • Denver Comic Con 2016. Star Wars! Cosplay! And Cary Elwes!

    Denver Comic Con 2016. Star Wars! Cosplay! And Cary Elwes!0

    I consider myself a comics baby—okay, perhaps a comics toddler. I’ve been a copyeditor and occasional contributing writer at Women Write About Comics for about a year and a half now, and yet, I still have so much to learn about the comics world. Manga, like Sailor Moon, and standalone graphic novels, like Persepolis, have been my

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  • Anime At 30 – What To Do When You Experience Anime Burn Out

    Anime At 30 – What To Do When You Experience Anime Burn Out14

    I’ve been a fan of anime for almost 20 years. It occurred to me recently that my fanniversary is around the same time as Sailor Moon’s 20th anniversary. And knowing that there are young women and men watching Sailor Moon for the first time with the new Crystal adaptation, I’m beginning to feel like an

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  • Review: The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 1

    Review: The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 11

    The Golden Compass: The Graphic Novel Volume 1 Written by Philip Pullman Adapted by Stéphane Melchior Art by Clément Oubrerie Coloring by Clément Oubrerie and Philippe Bruno Translated by Annie Eaton Published by Alfred A. Knopf Books For Young Readers September 22, 2015 The last couple of months have been excellent for fans of the His Dark

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  • Books That Shaped Me: His Dark Materials

    Books That Shaped Me: His Dark Materials3

    When I was young, my parents would take me to a bookstore at least once, sometimes twice, a month. I lived in a sprawling suburb, so we usually frequented either a Barnes & Noble or Borders or—on the rare occasion—a Media Play. I would not discover the pleasures of an independent bookstore until well after

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