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    Wendy Browne

    Publisher, mother, geek, executive assistant sith, gamer, writer, lazy succubus, blogger, bibliophile. Not necessarily in that order.

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  • Sarai Is a New Hero for a Harsh World

    Sarai Is a New Hero for a Harsh World0

    I picked up Sarai from Comixology after learning about it through Sonica Ellis’ viral tweet encouraging independent comic book creators to ask local comic book stores to carry their books. Released in 2018, the story’s message the story presents and its creator’s encouragement are no less relevant today.

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  • Previously on Comics: Marvel to Release the Claremont Cut and DC Comics Goes to the Zoo

    Previously on Comics: Marvel to Release the Claremont Cut and DC Comics Goes to the Zoo0

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    • January 20, 2020

    Oh hey it’s Monday! And comics industry news from last week was actually pretty good! Marvel will release an extended version of Chris Claremont’s God Loves Man Kills next month. For the first time, the Scotiabank Giller Prize will open its doors to graphic novels. The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) announced its 2020 list

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  • By the Letters: Taylor Esposito Has Big Plans for 2020

    By the Letters: Taylor Esposito Has Big Plans for 20200

    Taylor Esposito ended 2019 with more than 1,300 issues to his credit as a letterer, and has hopes to do lots more for the new year. Drawing on his years of experience as a graphic designer, moving on to the Marvel Bullpen, and then achieving his dream by becoming a staff letterer at DC Comics,

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  • Here’s Why You Should Support WWAC

    Here’s Why You Should Support WWAC0

    Women Write About Comics (WWAC) is an Eisner Award nominated comics criticism site, recently archived by the American Library of Congress. This is where readers come for diverse, interesting, critical, fun, and amusing content on comics and comics-adjacent transmedia, the industry and culture surrounding them, and a look into differing geeky lifestyles. Through our reviews, reports on

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