• Happy Labour Day!0

    • September 1, 2014

    To those whose countries grace them with a holiday on September first (I’m among them), have a happy Labour Day! Get out and enjoy the last sunshine and good times of summer. The last? Yes. THE VERY LAST. GO GO GO. But if you’re fearful of the great outdoors — or, you know, sunshine — I recommend

  • WWAC is Outside

    WWAC is Outside0

    • August 11, 2014

    WWAC is outside soaking up some rays today — we hope you can all do the same. If you miss us too much, our archive’s as good as it’s ever been!

  • Embl-O-Matic: Homegrown Cartoons on News that Bruises

    Embl-O-Matic: Homegrown Cartoons on News that Bruises0

    Introducing… Our newest feature, a semi-regular, multi-author series of cartoons and short comics by WWAC staff, Embl-O-Matic. We’ll bring you sharp editorial cartoons on the state of geek culture, feminism, and other stuff we find interesting (like pie).This first cartoon, by Claire and Megan P, is in response to various recent news items — take

  • We’re looking for a NEWS EDITOR

    We’re looking for a NEWS EDITOR0

    • May 1, 2014

    This position has been filled. You don’t need to be a pro, but you do need to have background in geek/culture writing, and in managing people. You’ll also need a working knowledge of journalistic ethics (libel, conflict of interest, fair use/dealing, how to source and credit images), and SEO (just a smidge, really). Your Responsibilities Would

  • #PouchComics! Free to our 2000th Twitter follower. (We’re sorry.)

    #PouchComics! Free to our 2000th Twitter follower. (We’re sorry.)0

    • April 29, 2014

    So we’re doing another giveaway on Twitter. This time it’s all 90s, all the time. #PouchComics, we call it, in honour of the noble pouch that served us so well all through those years of strife and torment (and Stryfe?), footlessness and aliens walking in human skin. Our 2000th Twitter follower will receive a mystery

  • Call for essays: Batwomen750

    • April 14, 2014

    Last year we honoured Lois Lane’s 75th birthday with a series of essays from our staff and some awesome guests. This year, we’re honouring the girls and women of the Batbooks! (Don’t worry, Catwoman will get her own 75th birthday party next year.) Are you a Batfan? A women-of-the-Batbooks fan? Do you have a great idea