• 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 Wasp

    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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  • Presenting Dark Horse: August 2018

    Presenting Dark Horse: August 2018

    Hello lovely readers! Welcome to the September installment of Presenting Dark Horse. After pushing through back-to-back Pubwatch posts about Dark Horse Comics’ shenanigans during June 2018 and July 2018’s SDCC, I needed a minute to regroup. And to sleep. It’s been a long few weeks, y’all. Now that I’ve returned to a somewhat normal sleep

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  • Behind the Scenes with Oni and Limerence Press’ Ari Yarwood

    Behind the Scenes with Oni and Limerence Press’ Ari Yarwood

    In our Editorial Eye series, we go behind the scenes with comic and book editors to learn about their role in the creative process and discover how their passion for their industry helps shape their work. Several comic companies have introduced imprints that cover more adult stories, which means books that invariably involve sex. In

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  • Previously on Comics: The Valkyries’ Ragnarok and Saying Goodbye to FPI’s Blog

    Previously on Comics: The Valkyries’ Ragnarok and Saying Goodbye to FPI’s Blog

    • News
    • September 10, 2018

    Back to back conventions has meant that for the most part everyone has either been too busy, in transit or just too tired to cause any trouble so this last week was been strangely quiet on the news front. Until suddenly it wasn’t and the white feminism™  we all know and hate once again reared

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  • A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup September ‘18

    A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup September ‘18

    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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  • Jen Hickman Talks About the Cyberpunk World of Moth & Whisper

    Jen Hickman Talks About the Cyberpunk World of Moth & Whisper

    Moth & Whisper is one of the newest titles that will be coming out soon from AfterShock comics and is a tale of crime, intrigue, glamorous thieves, and a genderqueer protagonist that has to take up the family business(es) if they want to save their family. We had a chance to talk with artist Jen

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  • My First Comic: Bunty Comics Annual 1985

    My First Comic: Bunty Comics Annual 1985

    I always tell people that the first comics I really got into were Gaiman’s The Sandman, Transmetropolitan by Ellis, or Preacher by Ennis. However, the truth is that Bunty Annual 1985 was my introduction to the world of comics. Bunty comics was a British publication aimed at girls. I don’t know if someone bought it

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  • Hottest Hair In Comics

    Hottest Hair In Comics

    As you know, here at WWAC, we’re committed to bringing you the hardest hitting critical analysis that can be found in comics. We cover the topics others are too afraid to cover! Explore the corners of comics as an industry that others are afraid to look in to! Spend several hours compiling a list of

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