• Far Sector #1 Introduces a Gorgeous New World of Murder and Deception

    Far Sector #1 Introduces a Gorgeous New World of Murder and Deception

    Far Sector #1 Deron Bennett (letterer), Jamal Campbell (artist), Maggie Howell (assistant editor), N. K. Jemisin (writer), Andy Khouri (editor) DC’s Young Animal November 13, 2019 Far Sector #1 opens up with a scene of beauty: a decapitated hand, spattered in violet blood, a spike-tipped wingfin, torn and splintered, and the reflections of a towering

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  • Folk Magic and Healing: A Treasure Trove of Botanical Folklore

    Folk Magic and Healing: A Treasure Trove of Botanical Folklore

    Folk Magic and Healing: An Unusual History of Everday Plants Fez Inkwright Liminal 11 October 2, 2019 The latest addition to the Liminal 11 catalogue is a new edition of Folk Magic and Healing: An Unusual History of Everyday Plants. Previously self-published by British author and illustrator Fez Inkwright, it’s a book about the folklore

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  • Black Stars Above #1 Lures You Into Its Inky Abyss

    Black Stars Above #1 Lures You Into Its Inky Abyss

    Black Stars Above #1 Jenna Cha (artist), Tim Daniel (designer), Lonnie Nadler (writer), Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou (letterer), Brad Simpson (colourist) Vault Comics November 13, 2019 Black Stars Above #1 opens with a bird’s-eye view of a desolate, snow-covered clearing, slowly closing in to the surrounding forest and a pack of animals moving through it. A man comes into

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  • Fallen Angels #1 Has A Rough Landing

    Fallen Angels #1 Has A Rough Landing

    Fallen Angels #1 Frank D’Armata (colors), Bryan Edward Hill (writing), Szymon Kudranski (artist), Tom Muller (design), Joe Sabino (letters) Marvel Comics November 13, 2019 In an interview with Adventures In Poor Taste, X-Men Group Editor Jordan White clarified that the reason we would see the newly-reestablished Kwannon going by the codename of Psylocke, as well

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  • Adoption Papers for Rahne Sinclair

    Adoption Papers for Rahne Sinclair

    New Mutants #1, in addition to being a great issue in its own right, had a very important highlight: like other mutants, Rahne Sinclair is alive again. That brings us to an important point of discussion regarding her: She’s ours now. By ‘ours’, of course, I mean that she belongs to trans people. You may

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  • Breaking In! Daredevil #261

    Breaking In! Daredevil #261

    Daredevil #261 Ann Nocenti (writer), John Romita Jr. (penciler), Joe Rosen (letterer), Al Williamson (inker), and Greg Wright (colourist) Marvel Comics December 1988 Before I watched any of the Daredevil Netflix show, I knew two things about Matt Murdock from my comic friends. First, at one point in time he fights a vacuum cleaner, and second, he

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  • Friending as an Adult is Hard, So Read This Manual

    Friending as an Adult is Hard, So Read This Manual

    Friending: Creating Meaningful, Lasting Adult Friendships Gina Handley Schmitt Microcosm Publishing November 12, 2019 1 in 4 people have no intimate friendships in their lives, even if they do have hundreds of Facebook friends. This consistent loneliness can be deadly—leading to a 26% increase in early death, more than deaths caused by smoking or air

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  • New Mutants #1 Is a Fresh and Essential Rejuvenation of Old Friends

    New Mutants #1 Is a Fresh and Essential Rejuvenation of Old Friends

    New Mutants #1 Jonathan Hickman & Ed Brisson (Writers), Travis Lanham (Letterer), Tom Muller, (Designer), Rod Reis (Artist) Marvel Comics November 6, 2019 Even in the Dawn of X, New Mutants is special. Among all these new titles, game-changing missions, and unconventional team rosters, we have a reunion. This first issue brings old friends back

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