• Days of Sugar and Spice: A Saccharine Tale That Lacks Zing

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    Days of Sugar and Spice Loïc Clément (writer), Cromatik Ltd (letters), Montana Kane (translation), Anne Montel (artist and colours) Europe Comics November 20, 2019 Disclaimer: Izneo has provided WWAC with a VIP Access Pass. Graphic designer Rose isn’t exactly enjoying her job, or her life. But when her father dies, leaving his beloved bakery Brav Eo to

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  • Kitten Construction Company is a Sure Hit for Reluctant Readers

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    Kitten Construction Company: A Bridge Too Fur John Patrick Green First Second October 1, 2019 Welcome back to another edition of Melissa and Alenka Review a Comic about Cats! In past installations we talked about cats and identity in Finding Molly from Emet Comics and the delightful strangeness of Benji Nate’s Catboy. This time we leaned

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  • The Exquisitely Beautiful Darkness of Snow, Glass, Apples

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    Snow, Glass, Apples Colleen Doran (artist), Neil Gaiman (writer), Val Trullinger (flatter) Dark Horse Comics August 2019 Disney has mastered the art of reimagining fairy tales to the point where many believe their versions to be true to the originals, but it’s always a delight to find reimaginings that twist the story in entirely new

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  • Batman: Rebirth #81 & #82: Haven’t We Done This Before?

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    Batman #81 Clayton Cowles (letterer), Tom King (writer), John Romita Jr. (artist), Klaus Jansen (inker), Tomey Morey (colorist), Mitch Gerads (artist/inker/colorist), DC Comics October 16, 2019 The thing about doing something that’s already been done before, is that in order to make it memorable, you have to make it not only different, but better.

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  • Excalibur #3 Takes Flight on the Back of a Dragon

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    Excalibur #3 Erick Arciniega (Colorist), Tini Howard (Writer), Tom Muller (Designer), Cory Petit (Letterer), Marcus To (Artist) December 4, 2019 This review contains spoilers for Excalibur #3, and contains discussion of past depictions of suicide within the X-Men franchise. So far, the Dawn of X has had everything anyone could want. Mutant culture, intergalactic politics,

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  • Marauders #3: Black King to e7

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    Marauders #3 Federico Blee (colorist), Russel Dauterman (cover artist), Gerry Duggan (writer), Matteo Lolli (artist), Tom Muller (design), VC’s Cory Petit (letterer) Marvel Comics December 4, 2019 The X-Men are very familiar with working with their enemies on various teams for the greater good, but Dawn of X’s new status quo means that everyone is

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