Author: Sarah Richardson

Review: Swords of Sorrow #4

Swords of Sorrow #4 Gail Simone (script), Sergio Davila (illustrations), Jorge Sutil (colors), Erica Schultz (letters) Tula Lotay (Cover A), Emanuela Lupacchino & Ivan Nunes (Cover B), & Robert Hack (Cover C) Dynamite August 12, 2015 The fourth issue in this six-part series brings together all of the Dynamite ladies to prepare for battle against…

THRILLING ROMANCES, Better / Nedor / Standard / Pines | Date: May 1951, http://comicbookplus.com/?dlid=40630

Feminists in Love

Relationships are a lot of work! Half of the fun is finding a love interest, and the other half is working through issues that crop up while romancing. One of the most important aspects is whether or not you agree on societal issues and how differences in viewpoints are handled. Read all about how WWACers…

Review: Swords of Sorrow #3

Swords of Sorrow #3 Gail Simone (writer), Sergio Davila (illustrator), Jorge Sutil (colorist), Erica Schultz (letterer) Covers: Tula Latoy (A), Emanuela Lupacchino & Ivan Nunes (B), Robert Hack (C), and Cosplay Variant (G) Dynamite July 8, 2015 (Disclaimer: This contains spoilers and is based on an advanced review copy from Dynamite.)

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Geeky Nail wraps! Yay or Nay?

Espionage Cosmetics has a gloriously geeky line of nail wraps with art pulling from comics, TV shows, and video games. Nail wraps are basically elaborately painted stickers for your nails that last through washing, eating, and playing. The Espionage wraps don’t require a heat gun to apply like some brands; simply peel off the plastic coating…

Free RPG Day is Upon us!

Hey gamers and gamers-to-be! Tomorrow is Free RPG Day, that magical day when you can head down to your local game store to pick up some free swag and play in a game or two. This is an international event, and you can look up your closest participating store on the website. To give you…

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