• Previously On Comics: Hits and Misses

    Previously On Comics: Hits and Misses0

    Comics news was like a fireworks show this week: Right around the time your vision cleared from the first whizbang, a new tidbit popped up to distract you. Another jailed artist gained his freedom, DC dropped some big announcements, Marvel tried to keep up, Dark Horse attempted to hide its anti-LGBT policies behind a digital

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  • What the Heck is Marvel Legacy? A Primer

    What the Heck is Marvel Legacy? A Primer0

    On Friday, the “House of Ideas” revealed their much hyped and (in the optimistic eyes of Marvel PR) anticipated new relaunch, Marvel Legacy. In what was one of the most underwhelming and confusing rollouts in recent memory, Marvel released eight sets of GIFs which included the covers for the upcoming “new” line. Covered by most

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  • Civil War II: Many Losers but Princess Sparklefists Wins

    Civil War II: Many Losers but Princess Sparklefists Wins1

    Civil War II had a lot of promise in its premise: that there’s another issue important enough to the superhero community that they would take sides and fight over it. In this case, it’s the Terrigen cloud released by the Inhumans on Earth, which turned one regular kid into an Inhuman with a power that

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  • Geek Mystique: Lifestyle News for November

    Geek Mystique: Lifestyle News for November0

    November has been quite the month, hasn’t it? While I hope this column provides a brief reprieve from the current state of our political world, I do want to start with some resources for fighting the good fight.

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  • Cover Girl: What’s Going On With Captain Marvel?

    Cover Girl: What’s Going On With Captain Marvel?0

    Recently Comicosity shared a preview of Power Man & Iron Fist #9 and the cover caught my eye because it’s… weird. The perspective seems off, the character’s body seems unusually squishy, and the gloomy colour palate makes the whole thing seem dull and bleak. The cover is by Sanford Greene, who’s done lots of incredible work in

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  • Knit Your Comics: Once a Harry Potter Knitter, Always a Harry Potter Knitter

    Knit Your Comics: Once a Harry Potter Knitter, Always a Harry Potter Knitter2

    Sometimes the fandom makes me think of a pattern, and sometimes it’s the yarn. I was walking the aisles at Jo-Ann’s when I saw this yarn: The lighting in this pic doesn’t quite convey the way that orange-y yarn has a bronzed sheen, but hopefully it’s still enough to explain why I immediately thought of

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