• The Ominousness of Orange: An Interview with Kat Verhoeven on Meat and Bone

    The Ominousness of Orange: An Interview with Kat Verhoeven on Meat and Bone0

    CONTENT WARNING: This article discusses eating disorders. A review copy of this book was provided by the artist. One of the most thrilling parts of being a webcomics fan is watching an artist grow as they complete a project. It’s exciting to see someone’s style evolve over time, and to speculate on how they’re finding

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  • Xena #2 Is Godlike

    Xena #2 Is Godlike0

    Xena: Warrior Princess #2 Vita Ayala (writer), Paulina Ganucheau, Emanuela Lupacchino, David Mack (covers), Ariana Maher (lettering), Rebecca Nalty (colors), Olympia Sweetnam and Vasil Georgiev (art) Dynamite Comics May 8th, 2019 Vasil Georgiev joins Olympia Sweetnam in drawing Xena, just as the emotional stakes get even higher for the warrior and her beloved bard. Fortunately

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  • Captain Ginger: An Im-purr-fect but Enjoyable New Universe

    Captain Ginger: An Im-purr-fect but Enjoyable New Universe0

    Captain Ginger Volume 1 Comicraft’s Jimmy Betancroft (Letters), June Brigman (Artist), Veronica Gandini (Colours), Scott Moore (Writer), Roy Richardson (Artist), Richard Starkings (Letters) Ahoy Comics 18 June, 2019 In an apocalyptic future, humans are extinct, and only a small spaceship of cats roams the galaxy, desperately clinging to dwindling supplies and trying to escape a

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  • Monty Nero and Yishan Li Introduce Your New Best Frenemies

    Monty Nero and Yishan Li Introduce Your New Best Frenemies0

    “If you imagine Saga meets X-files with a sprinkling of Raiders Of The Lost Ark in space you won’t go wrong.” Throw in some Star Wars, and you’ve got a pretty big claim on your hands. But writer Monty Nero (X-Men, Hulk) and artist Yishan Li (Paradox Girl, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Hellboy) promise to

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  • Questioning Chelsea Cain’s Feminist Agenda

    Questioning Chelsea Cain’s Feminist Agenda12

    It’s not breaking news that Chelsea Cain, author of Marvel’s Mockingbird, has seen her share of criticism lately for her new comic, Man-Eaters, published by Image Comics. Hailed by some as feminist critique, numerous aspects of Man-Eaters have also been slammed by critics for being insensitive to various groups of people. Cain has acknowledged these

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  • Cover Girl: Red Sonja and Vampirella Meet Betty and Veronica #2

    Cover Girl: Red Sonja and Vampirella Meet Betty and Veronica #20

    Welcome to Cover Girl. Each month, we gather a team of WWAC contributors to analyze a new and notable comic book cover featuring one or more women. This month, Louis, Wendy, and Lisa discuss Fay Dalton’s cover of Red Sonja and Vampirella Meet Betty and Veronica #2 from Dynamite Entertainment.

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