• Previously On Comics: Disproportionately Bosomy Pleasure

    Previously On Comics: Disproportionately Bosomy Pleasure

    Hello! Kate here to help you start your week by catching up on some of last week’s comics-related news you might have missed. Sometimes there’s a theme in the news that comes out, and this week that theme is money. Specifically, people not having enough of it because capitalism is a system that punishes us all. 

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  • Top 10 Steven Universe Songs

    Top 10 Steven Universe Songs

    By now the news has already spread among the fandom:  five-season success and award-winning animated series Steven Universe has a movie coming up. Not only are we getting a feature-length Steven adventure with the Crystal Gems, Cartoon Network and Rebecca Sugar know their audience. The movie is going to be a musical, the second in

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  • Con(ference) Diary: CSS19 Comics/Politics

    Con(ference) Diary: CSS19 Comics/Politics

    The Comics Studies Society held its second annual conference at Toronto’s Ryerson University over the last weekend of July. Drawing on the theme, Comics/Politics, CSS19 attendees from around the world participated in a conference that foregrounded Canadian comics scholarship and practice in plenaries featuring Tara Audibert, Cole Pauls, Camille Callison, Jillian Tamaki, and Fiona Smyth.

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  • Batman: Rebirth #75 – It’s Bane’s World, We’re Just Living In It!

    Batman: Rebirth #75 – It’s Bane’s World, We’re Just Living In It!

    Batman: Rebirth #75 Tony Salvador Daniel (artist), Mitch Gerads (inker), Tomeu Morey (colorist), Tom King (writer) DC Comics July 17, 2019 Batman: Rebirth #75 marks the beginning of “City Of Bane,” and the beginning of the end to Tom King’s Batman run, and it doesn’t hesitate to come out of the gate with a compelling

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  • Jinn Packs in a Lot in Five Episodes, But I Still Want More

    Jinn Packs in a Lot in Five Episodes, But I Still Want More

    Jinn, Netflix’s first Arabic language property, follows a group of high school students as they navigate the supernatural. On a school trip to Petra, Jordan, a student dies in an accident, following which strange events begin to occur around the survivors. Despite general antipathy towards extra-normal events, the students begin to accept that Jinn may

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  • The Freeze Vol. 1: Who Deserves to Be Saved?

    The Freeze Vol. 1: Who Deserves to Be Saved?

    The Freeze Volume 1 Troy Peteri (letterer), Phillip Sevy (illustrator and colourist), Dan Wickline (writer) Top Cow Productions, Inc. May 8, 2019 The world is swallowed up by an unusual apocalypse when the entire population is simultaneously frozen in place. Well, everyone except Ray, who immediately discovers that he is the only person capable of

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  • DC PUBWATCH SDCC 2019 (and July) Edition

    DC PUBWATCH SDCC 2019 (and July) Edition

    Greetings from the other side of San Diego Comic-Con! Oddly enough, most of the bigger news for this month’s DC Pubwatch came before SDCC, and unlike last year there were no big new series announced at any of the DC panels this year. Only Strange Adventures by Tom King, Mitch Gerads, and Doc Shaner got

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  • Last Week’s Episode: I Watch Sins, Not Homelander

    Last Week’s Episode: I Watch Sins, Not Homelander

    The WWAC slack is trying to convince me to watch The Boys, but I’m currently knee deep in hate (?) watching all of Lucifer because I keep hearing good things about it, and also Tom Welling was in a season. Two Supermen coming to the Arrowverse just aren’t enough for me. Anyway, this week is all about being

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