• History Has Its Eyes on Us: A Hamilton Fan Reviews Declaration #1

    History Has Its Eyes on Us: A Hamilton Fan Reviews Declaration #10

    Declaration #1 Josh Trujillo (Writer), Levi Hastings (Artist) Lost His Keys Man Comics November 2nd, 2016 It’s a foregone conclusion that in this post-Hamilton era, any new media set during America’s Revolutionary War is now forever going to draw comparisons to said musical and its creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and more than likely fall short. However, with

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  • Review: The Voter Suppression Trail

    Review: The Voter Suppression Trail0

    The United States Presidential Elections are looming like Big Brother. Sensing the country’s doom, the team over at GOP Arcade has presented the weary masses with The Voter Suppression Trail.  In conjunction with that liberal news bastion, The New York Times, it’s a game for both excited and disenfranchised voters alike.

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  • When The Moon Was Ours is Beautifully Intersectional

    When The Moon Was Ours is Beautifully Intersectional1

    When The Moon Was Ours Marie-Anne McLemore St. Martin’s Press October 4th, 2016 Disclaimer: An Advanced Reader’s Copy (ARC) of the book was provided by the publisher for an honest review. Anna-Marie McLemore’s When the Moon Was Ours asks us to suspend our belief that girls can spill out of water towers and grow roses out

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  • Ignorance is Not Bliss in Start Over Again

    Ignorance is Not Bliss in Start Over Again0

    Start Over Again H-P Lehkonen TW: Discussion of suicidal ideation and mental illness When you encounter a cartoonist through a webcomic or a long-running series, you often don’t get a grasp on the full range of their capabilities. It’s exciting to take an artist out of their initial context and see how they fare with

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  • Love in the Laboratory: Gail Carriger’s Romancing the Inventor

    Love in the Laboratory: Gail Carriger’s Romancing the Inventor0

    Romancing the Inventor Supernatural Society #1 Gail Carriger November 1, 2016 Romancing the Inventor is the first book of the Supernatural Society, an LGBTQ+ focused novella series set in Gail Carriger’s Parasolverse. Note: A review copy was provided at no charge by the author. Imogene Hale is young(ish), more than averagely pretty, and so not interested

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  • How Ill Is Your Repute? A Sinful Review

    How Ill Is Your Repute? A Sinful Review0

    How Ill is Your Repute? Kitty Curran & Larissa Zageris During this year’s Chicago Zine Fest, I was fortunate to come across Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris’ table, where a zine sporting four intriguing, old-timey-looking women and the title How Ill is Your Repute? caught my eye. Curran and Zageris are part of the creative hive-mind behind Taylor

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