• Previously on Comics: Comicsgate Gets Aggressive (And Other News)

    Previously on Comics: Comicsgate Gets Aggressive (And Other News)15

    This week in comics there were some very good things. There was also a lot of disturbing behavior that began online and then got physical, including aggressive threats, smashed windows, transphobia, and militant messages. We’re going to do our best to cover the situation, so please hang in there. This is a content warning for

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  • A New Chapter for WWAC

    A New Chapter for WWAC0

    There are a lot of changes going on here at WWAC. Most notably, Megan Purdy, our founder and glorious leader is stepping down, along with editorial powerhouse, Claire Napier. They have built quite a legacy for the more than 300 writers who have wandered into  WWAC and found a home under their wise wings.

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  • Previously On Comics: Shaping Up and Shipping Out

    Previously On Comics: Shaping Up and Shipping Out0

    First, have you heard the news? WWAC is moving! Find out more about it, and be sure to back our IndieGoGo, so we can continue doing what we do best: delivering thoughtful analysis of the best medium in the world. I’m not one to tell you how to spend your money, buuuuut, certain tiers of

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  • Comics Journalism Deserves More Precise Awards than the Eisners

    Comics Journalism Deserves More Precise Awards than the Eisners0

    Thursday afternoon, Comic-Con International released the official slate of nominees for the 2018 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. And while Twitter was immediately abuzz with grousing about the entire list, I was personally taken aback by the five nominees for Best Comics-Related Periodical/Journalism: Alter Ego, edited by Roy Thomas (TwoMorrows) The Comics Journal, edited by Dan Nadel, Timothy Hodler,

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  • Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty

    Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty0

    Happy May everyone and welcome back to your weekly comics news. It’s been a long week full of a variety of announcements and events. Let’s take a look!

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  • Alternatives to Universal Fan Con

    Alternatives to Universal Fan Con0

    While some people are considering their options in terms of legal action following the sudden cancellation of Universal Fan Con and its questionable organization, many fans, artist, and vendors  who still believe in the spirit of the event — and are still stuck with flights and hotels to Baltimore — are rallying to make this

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