• My Favourite Bug-based Superheroes that Aren’t Ant-Man and The Wasp

    My Favourite Bug-based Superheroes that Aren’t Ant-Man and The Wasp2

    I may never forgive the MCU for that end credit scene following the fun and entertaining romp that was the Ant-Man and The Wasp movie, but I did come to appreciate characters in that film that I had previously known or cared very little about. Plus, the movie prompted me to do a little research. Science has

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  • A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup September ‘18

    A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup September ‘181

    The leaves are turning and the pumpkin spice lattes have reappeared, so it’s time to settle down with some quiet, contemplative, and comfortable comics—and Kickstarter has your back! From experimental woodland horror comics to explorations of Black hair or magazines for young witches, now’s the time to back a book that will remind you of

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  • Webcomics Roundup: July 2018

    Webcomics Roundup: July 20180

    Welcome to our second month of Webcomics Roundup! This time around, we’re offering more introductions to the wide range of webcomics read regularly by WWAC contributors, from long running sagas, heavy on character development and plot, to comics offering primarily light jokey one-shots. In July, we seemed to be celebrating a lot of growth and

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  • Everybody in Comics Knew Girls Loved ElfQuest

    Everybody in Comics Knew Girls Loved ElfQuest0

    Wendy Pini and her husband and collaborator Richard Pini are on a world tour: “Forty Years of Pointed Ears.” This journey, which most recently stopped in at SDCC, celebrates the four publication decades of ElfQuest that culminated in February’s final chapter. ElfQuest is one of the most seminal American comics, spanning the last 22 years

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  • A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup, August ‘18

    A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup, August ‘180

    With SDCC recently wrapped and Flame Con (whose Kickstarter we covered back in 2014) and SPX on the horizon, we’re deep into the throes of convention season. But conventions aren’t the only place to get amazing, small press books. Read on to see August’s wonderful crop of crowdfunded goodness. From short stories and fledgling magazines

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  • How to Host Bookishly

    How to Host Bookishly1

    If you are reading anything on this site, you probably like books. This is a bit of a stretch, I’ll admit, but you may also like people too? Let’s get really wild here: you might even like your home, especially comfy spots like your living room sofa. Personally, I like reading, and people, and even

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