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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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  • House of X #4: A Contextualization of Time and Faces

    House of X #4: A Contextualization of Time and Faces0

    House of X #4 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colorist), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Pepe Larraz (artist), Tom Muller (design) Marvel Comics September 4, 2019 Reading a comic book series in order shouldn’t require a guide, but of late, this has been Marvel’s modus operandi. It’s not a particularly good way to keep new readers

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  • The Avant-Guards Vol. 1: “It’s So Gay and I Love It!”

    The Avant-Guards Vol. 1: “It’s So Gay and I Love It!”0

    The Avant-Guards Vol. 1 Ed Dukeshire (letterer), Noah Hayes (illustrator), Rebecca Nalty (colourist), Carly Usdin (writer and creator) BOOM!Box September 4, 2019 Getting my 13-year-old daughter to do more than shrug or mumble an “It was good” when I ask what she thinks of a particular comic is an effort in futility. When she spends

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  • Sequential Sartorial: My Hopes and Dreams for a Fashionable Emma Frost

    Sequential Sartorial: My Hopes and Dreams for a Fashionable Emma Frost5

    Jonathan Hickman has done the unimaginable: he has made me want to care about the X-Men again. I’m walking into House of X with a healthy dose of cynicism, but this feeling of burgeoning hope is something I have not felt in a long time. I worried that I’d continue on a path of clinging to

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  • The Girl in the Bay Resurfaces in a New Trade

    The Girl in the Bay Resurfaces in a New Trade0

    Brutally attacked and thrown into Brooklyn’s Sheepshead Bay, 17-year-old Kathy Sartori’s life seems to be over, but she survives, struggling to the shore where she discovers that it’s no longer 1969. Fifty years have passed and someone has lived her entire life in her place. Dealing with her double and her attacker and the dark entity

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