• The Wedding Issue: Starfire and Nightwing

    The Wedding Issue: Starfire and Nightwing0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got their

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  • The Bat-Missile: A Round Robin Discourse [NSFW — sort of]

    The Bat-Missile: A Round Robin Discourse [NSFW — sort of]0

    One of the perks of comics journalism is that we often get to see things early, so that we know enough to write about them accurately. That’s not really a surprise in itself, but it does lead to the occasional perk–such as when we discovered that DC Comics, through, Batman: Damned #1, the first book

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  • Why We Loved Dream Daddy #1

    Why We Loved Dream Daddy #10

    Dream Daddy #1 Wendy Xu (writer), Ryan Maniulit (art and colors), Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (letterer) Oni Press August 2018 Hello and welcome to this group review of Dream Daddy #1. WWAC will be hosting group reviews of each of the Dream Daddy comics in the series.

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  • WWACommendations: X-23, The Wilds, The Wendy Project, Mermaid’s Promise, and More

    WWACommendations: X-23, The Wilds, The Wendy Project, Mermaid’s Promise, and More0

    What comics are you reading for fun lately? While many of us read various comics for research, curiosity, or to keep up with a series, there are certain comics we’re reading just for fun. In this roundtable, WWAC contributors gush about the comics they’ve been reading this past month that were a pure delight.

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  • The Nib Roundup: #MeToo Edition

    The Nib Roundup: #MeToo Edition0

    The #MeToo movement has forced many people—from the men accused to casual consumers—to come to terms with the realities and consequences of the unwise, malicious, or dehumanizing behavior present in pretty much every industry. On July 27th, The Nib posted a commentary on some of the conversations that have ensued, a four panel comic by

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  • The Re-re-invention of Psylocke

    The Re-re-invention of Psylocke1

    In 1989, Chris Claremont and Jim Lee did a thing to Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke. The white, British, purple-haired model, turned agent, turned X-Man, sister of Captain Britain, stepped through the Siege Perilous and was discovered by the Hand, who reshaped her into a Japanese woman. In 1993 on the pages of X-Men, Fabian Nicieza

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