• The Handmaid’s Tale 2: Back in Red and Better Than Ever?

    The Handmaid’s Tale 2: Back in Red and Better Than Ever?0

    Dystopian literature is all the rage these days — and given the current state of the world, it makes sense. While a new generation of dystopian authors emerges, the works of older authors have gained a second life. None have seemed to stand the tests of time longer than The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood. Fans of the

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  • WWAC Reviews: Dream Daddy #4 – Dad vs Dad!

    WWAC Reviews: Dream Daddy #4 – Dad vs Dad!0

    Welcome back again for another group review of Oni Press’s Dream Daddy series! Issue #4 just hit the racks—this time it’s written by C. Spike Trotman, and we’ve got some more thoughts. See previous reviews here, here and here!

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  • Cover Girl: Uncanny X-Men #1

    Cover Girl: Uncanny X-Men #10

    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, Annie, Louis, and Wendy discuss Mike Choi’s exclusive Forbidden Planet variant cover for Uncanny X-Men #1 from Marvel Comics. Don't miss out – Uncanny X-Men #1

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  • WWACommendations: Tomb Raider, Hellboy, Red Hood, Maus, and More

    WWACommendations: Tomb Raider, Hellboy, Red Hood, Maus, and More0

    What comics are you reading lately? Every month, WWAC contributors sound off about the comics we read for fun lately that we especially enjoyed. Did you read any spooky comics during October that you recommend? Have you discovered a new favorite comic recently? Let us know on Twitter what you’re reading!

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  • To All The Classic Books We Loved Before

    To All The Classic Books We Loved Before0

    Ah, school. For all the highs and lows long years can inspire in our lives, one good thing about school is that it opens up a world of literary possibilities to us as we grow up. More often than not, this brave new world of assigned reading is filled with books from that expansive, nebulous genre known

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  • Analyzing The Nib’s “Vote or Else!”

    Analyzing The Nib’s “Vote or Else!”2

    Last week, The Nib ran a comic entitled Vote or Else!, which is the work of Filipino-American cartoonist and illustrator, Niccolo Pizarro. The comic, presented initially without context, paints voter registration efforts and their proponents as insensitive to the plights of marginalized peoples and ultimately as centrists who value civility over disruption. While it’s likely

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