• Comics I Read While Recovering From Surgery

    Comics I Read While Recovering From Surgery2

    Hi, my name is Jameson Hampton, I’m a critic for Women Write About Comics, and I recently went under the knife for my gender affirming surgery! (Yay!) Now that I’m in recovery, I’m trying to make the best of it: I have air conditioning during this heatwave, I have care packages from some dear friends,

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  • Snotgirl #6: It’s Complicated

    Snotgirl #6: It’s Complicated1

    Snotgirl #6 Bryan Lee O’Malley (Writer), Leslie Hung (Artist), Rachael Cohen (Colors), Mare Odomo (Lettering) Image Comics July 5, 2017

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  • Beauty Behind The Madness: Snotgirl #1 [Review]

    Beauty Behind The Madness: Snotgirl #1 [Review]1

    Snotgirl #1 Bryan Lee O’Malley (Writer), Leslie Hung (Artist), Mickey Quinn (Colors), and Mare Odomo (Letters) Image Comics July 20, 2016 A pretty girl sits on her bed crying after a disastrous night out, her bright green hair the same color as the snot streaming down her face. This is Lottie Person, star of Bryan

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  • Short and Sweet (or Sour): Sex Criminals Caught by Rocket Girls in Color?1

    Steampunk ghost hunters and and dead mutants and sex criminals, oh my! It’s that time again. What time? Short and Sweet (or Sour) time! Boston Metaphysical Society #2 Madeleine Holly-Rosing, Emily Hu, Gloria Caeli, Fahriza Kamaputra, Troy Peteri, Alti Firmansyah Back in the day, I attended Boston Comic Con 2013 and had the opportunity to

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  • News & Things: Banned Romance0

    • September 26, 2013

    Welcome back to News & Things! Today we’re Hulking out with Firefly, Adventure Time, free Halloween comics, and more! Read of the Week There’s No Excuse For Misogyny In Space Helen O’Hara looks at the treatment of Katee Sackhoff’s character in the new film, Riddick: “This film, more than either previous Riddick effort, feels like

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  • News & Things: Lost at Sea0

    • September 5, 2013

    Welcome back to News & Things! Today we have news on Batwoman, Beatles, Bryan Lee O’Malley, and the other 25 letters of the alphabet.

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