• Take a Bite Out of The Jurassic World Coloring Book

    Take a Bite Out of The Jurassic World Coloring Book0

    Jurassic World Coloring Book Cris Bolson, Mark Borstel, Eduardo Francisco, Iván Fernández Silva (illustrators) Dark Horse Comics March 13, 2019 Do you know what’s better than dinosaurs? Colouring 45 pages worth of dinosaurs in the Jurassic World Coloring Book from Dark Horse Comics.

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  • She Could Fly: For Those Who Can’t Be Superheroes

    She Could Fly: For Those Who Can’t Be Superheroes0

    She Could Fly  Christopher Cantwell (Writer), Martín Morazzo (Artist), Miroslav Mrva (Colours), Clem Robins (Letters) Dark Horse Comics 13 March, 2019 Luna Brewster isn’t okay. All day and all night, she has horrifyingly violent thoughts. She can’t stop them, and she can’t tell anyone about them. So she waits for the day when she won’t

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  • Across the Ocean: Izneo Pubwatch March

    Across the Ocean: Izneo Pubwatch March0

    Welcome to the March Izneo Pubwatch! We at WWAC have been diving into the latest in European graphic novels translated into English, and I can’t wait to share my latest finds with you. There are also some exciting offers from Izneo this month that you might enjoy. As always, if you haven’t had time yet,

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  • Anthologizing Illness in Shammas’s CORPUS

    Anthologizing Illness in Shammas’s CORPUS0

    CORPUS: A Comic Anthology of Bodily Ailments Nadia Shammas (editor) September 2018 Nadia Shammas’s illness-and-healthcare anthology, CORPUS: A Comic Anthology of Bodily Ailments, came out late last year, and I’ve been meaning to write about it since I got the gorgeous physical copy in the mail. A full-color, close to 300-page volume, CORPUS delivers a

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  • Looking at Suffering: A Review of Ethics in the Gutter

    Looking at Suffering: A Review of Ethics in the Gutter0

    Ethics in the Gutter: Empathy and Historical Fiction in Comics Kate Polak The Ohio State University Press September 20, 2017 CONTENT WARNING: This book includes discussions of genocide, alcoholism, sexual assault, and racism, as well as images depicting blood, gun violence, animal cruelty, and lynching.

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  • Star Trek: The Q Conflict #2: Challenge? Accepted!

    Star Trek: The Q Conflict #2: Challenge? Accepted!0

    Star Trek: The Q Conflict #2 Alexandra Alexakis (Colours), Elisabetta D’Amico (Artist), David Messina (Artist), David Tipton (Writer), Scott Tipton (Writer), Neil Uyetake (Letters) IDW Publishing 27 February, 2019 The Q Continuum, Trelane, the Metrons, and the Organians are at war, and it’s spilling out into reality, destroying planetary systems and killing thousands. In an

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