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I was raised on X-Men, but when I hit my late teens/young adulthood, I needed something more. Marc Silvestri’s Uncanny X-Men introduced me to hints of X-lives that titillated during my exploration of my own sexuality, but it wasn’t until the bad boys picked up and moved on over to Image Comics that I trulyREAD MORE
Hockey, in particular, the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL), is very near and dear to writer Stephanie Phillips heart, and Kicking Ice shows it. The all-ages graphic novel about two young female hockey players who dream of being drafted is like a love letter to the NWHL. Since its in inception in October 2015, theREAD MORE
The first 30 years of the X-Men, including Chris Claremont’s record-setting run, is legendary. With almost two decades and 200 issues within Claremont’s tapestry alone, it’s hard to imagine how all of that could be condensed into a mere six books. For someone to even think of doing so, they would have to be eitherREAD MORE
Joamette Gil is on fire. Hot on the heels of Power & Magic: The Queer Witch Comics Anthology, Power & Magic Press is back with a new anthology called Immortal Souls (The Next Queer Witch Comics Anthology). The response to Gil’s previous call for submissions was overwhelming, and not every piece could be included in the originalREAD MORE