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Previously on Comics: Russ Heath, Comicsgate, Creator Advisor, and Supersuits

Welcome to the end of another busy week in comics! Every time I thought I had finally covered everything this week, something new popped up, which meant more writing for me but more interesting tidbits to read for you. With that in mind, let’s get this show on the road.

Monthly Marvel Muster: Ring Out the Dead Year

Hello, I’m back with a backward-looking edition of Monthly Marvel Muster. This month I have a look at how Marvel chose to close out 2017, as well as a note about some of what to expect in 2018. It continues to be a slow turnover period for Marvel’s ongoing series right now. December brought one…

Monthly Marvel Muster: Building A Legacy

Welcome once again to Monthly Marvel Muster… or bi-monthly Marvel Muster, as the case may be. My November was a trash fire, but I’m back now with two months of Marvel news and reviews all at once [Thank goodness! —Ed.]. A lot happened in the last two months. Marvel Legacy is now in full swing,…

Monthly Marvel Muster: From Generations to Legacy

Welcome back to Monthly Marvel Muster, my roundup of everything I thought was interesting in Marvel Comics last month! September featured the last dying gasps of Secret Empire, the second round of Generations one-shots, and the much-hyped Marvel Legacy one-shot introducing Marvel’s latest line-wide rebranding.

Moon girl and devil dinosaur #15, marvel comics, Amy reeder

To Be Or Not To Be “Respectable”: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur

For the first time in several months, I decided to pick up a copy of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #15, despite my reservations regarding the ongoing series. (See the following excerpt from an open letter I sent to Marvel on 22 August 2016.)

Civil War II, Marvel, 2016

Civil War II: Many Losers but Princess Sparklefists Wins

Civil War II had a lot of promise in its premise: that there’s another issue important enough to the superhero community that they would take sides and fight over it. In this case, it’s the Terrigen cloud released by the Inhumans on Earth, which turned one regular kid into an Inhuman with a power that…

Previously on Comics: Lesbians, Wonder Woman, Joe Shuster Awards and more! Kate here, back again! I sometimes try to come up with interesting ways to start this news round up, but this week I saw that tweet and I just knew that nothing else was going to win Best Comics Tweet this week, and in this, the final week of the US Presidential Election, we…

Previously On Comics: Wonder Woman at the UN, Campbell’s Riri Cover, and the Check, Please! Kickstarter

Hello again! Kate here to catch you up with the news you might have missed from last week. The top story last week was, of course, Wonder Woman’s 75th anniversary. There were a number of exciting things that happened, including Wonder Woman being named a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador. That’s a real thing!! And DC Comics…