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  • Four-Color to Forearms: WWACers and Comic Book Tattoos

    Four-Color to Forearms: WWACers and Comic Book Tattoos0

    Tattoos are a way to permanently declare your allegiance, your identification, your love. It should be no surprise, then, that a lot of WWAC contributors have fabulous comics tattoos. If you’re considering a comics tattoo yourself (I am!), let this photo gallery serve as inspiration. 

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  • When You Wish Upon a WWAC: A Holiday Gift Guide

    When You Wish Upon a WWAC: A Holiday Gift Guide0

    Shopping for the holidays can be a struggle, but we here at WWAC are happy to help. We have compiled a range of suggestions of gifts for the geeks in your life with extremely good taste. Existing over a wide spectrum of fandoms and sundry geekeries, our highest priced suggestion is $575, our most affordable

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  • Powers of X #5: The Winged Victory of Krakoa

    Powers of X #5: The Winged Victory of Krakoa0

    Powers of X #5 VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Marte Gracia (colorist), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Tom Muller (design), R. B. Silva (artist) September 25, 2019 Marvel Comics House of X and Powers of X are experiences that intensify as we experience them. It is an act of trust for Jonathan Hickman to write an X-Men comic

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  • Phoenix Rising: Kayleigh Hearn on X-Men’s Jean Grey

    Phoenix Rising: Kayleigh Hearn on X-Men’s Jean Grey0

    Redheads have a special place in our hearts here at WWAC, and one redhead in particular is the favourite of our favourite Reviews Editor, Kayleigh Hearn. Leading up to the latest X-Men film, Dark Phoenix, starring Sophie Turner as the titular character, Kayleigh has some thoughts to share on the rise and fall and rise

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  • WWAC Asks… #EmeraldCityComicCon #WWACSwimsuitChallenge

    WWAC Asks… #EmeraldCityComicCon #WWACSwimsuitChallenge0

    WWAC has been on a campaign for quite some time for Marvel to bring back the swimsuit issue, and for those creators who share our love of swimsuit issues–we see you, and we support you. But honestly, we think every publisher should put out a swimsuit issue. For our newest convention column, WWAC Asks, I

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  • Female Furies #1 Doesn’t Hold Back

    Female Furies #1 Doesn’t Hold Back0

    Female Furies #1 Cecil Castellucci (Writer), Adriana Melo (Artist), Carlos M. Mangual (Letters), Hi-Fi (Color) DC Comics February 6, 2019 No buried ledes here–I love this book.

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