• [Exclusive Preview] The Mystery Deepens in Ruby Falls #3

    [Exclusive Preview] The Mystery Deepens in Ruby Falls #30

    Falling asleep in the sleepy town of Ruby Falls brings nightmares. For Lana, those dark dreams take her back to the cold case of Betty Gallagher’s “disappearance.” In the third issue of the four-part series, Lana’s obsession with the case takes a dangerous turn when she tricks Raymond into helping her hunt down the killer,

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  • The Girl in the Bay Resurfaces in a New Trade

    The Girl in the Bay Resurfaces in a New Trade0

    Brutally attacked and thrown into Brooklyn’s Sheepshead Bay, 17-year-old Kathy Sartori’s life seems to be over, but she survives, struggling to the shore where she discovers that it’s no longer 1969. Fifty years have passed and someone has lived her entire life in her place. Dealing with her double and her attacker and the dark entity

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  • Cover Girl: Invisible Kingdom #1

    Cover Girl: Invisible Kingdom #10

    Welcome to Cover Girl. Each month, we gather a team of WWAC contributors to analyze a new and notable comic book cover featuring one or more women. This month, Claire, Louis, Nola, and Wendy discuss Christian Ward’s cover for G. Willow Wilson’s Invisible Kingdom from Dark Horse Comics’ Berger Books.

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  • Twisting Up A Dickens Classic: An Interview with the Creative Team Behind “Olivia Twist”

    Twisting Up A Dickens Classic: An Interview with the Creative Team Behind “Olivia Twist”0

    Reinventing a classic to another time or medium is an opportunity to breathe fresh life into the work. How many of us were inspired to revisit high school English reading list staples Romeo and Juliet or The Great Gatsby after Baz Luhrmann put his own spin on them? Or finally understood the themes behind A Wrinkle in Time after Hope Larson’s

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  • Olivia Twist: Post-Modern Adventure With 19th Century Family Ties

    Olivia Twist: Post-Modern Adventure With 19th Century Family Ties0

    Olivia Twist #1 Adam Dalva (writer), Darin Strauss (writer), Emma Vieceli (artist) Berger Books September 19th, 2018 Disclaimer: A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. It’s not enough today to offer a “new take” on a classic by just switching up the protagonist’s gender. But

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  • Mata Hari #1 Muddles the Mystery of its Heroine

    Mata Hari #1 Muddles the Mystery of its Heroine0

    Mata Hari #1 Emma Beeby (Writer), Ariela Kristantina (Artist), Pat Masioni (Colorist) Berger Books (an imprint of Dark Horse Comics) February 21, 2018 Mata Hari, Eye of the Dawn, is one of European history’s most controversial women, and that’s saying a lot. According to her detractors, she’s responsible for more deaths than Lucrezia Borgia and

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