• Sabrina: Something Wicked #1

    Sabrina: Something Wicked #10

    After the popular Sabrina: The Teenage Witch miniseries of 2019, the team has blessed us with a sequel and I, for one, was pretty excited to get my paws on it. Does it continue to make magic with the beloved teenage witch?

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  • Review: DPS Only! Brings e-Sports to Tapas

    Review: DPS Only! Brings e-Sports to Tapas0

    DPS Only! is a new exclusive webcomic created by Vel for Tapas Media. Vel, known for their previous webcomic Countdown to Countdown and illustrations for Boom! and the League of Legends EU Championship series, brings their polished technique to the world of e-sports.

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  • How Well Does Always Human Translate from Webcomic to Print?

    How Well Does Always Human Translate from Webcomic to Print?0

    Always Human is a Webtoon comic by Ari North about two girls and their developing relationship in a near-future Australia where body modifications and space travel are part of the everyday normal. The comic updated regularly on Webtoon from October 2015 to June 2017, when it concluded with an epilogue. Now, Always Human is being

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  • New Colors for Bug Boys and Witchlight Enrich their Stories

    New Colors for Bug Boys and Witchlight Enrich their Stories0

    I’m a big fan of Czap Books, especially two of their earlier publications – Laura Knetzger’s sweet, slice-of-life series Bug Boys, and Jessi Zabarsky’s emotional, warm fantasy Witchlight. I’ve written about both comics before, but since those initial pieces both books were picked up by Random House Graphic and released to a wider audience. I

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  • Jane Mai’s Soft is a Brilliant Retelling of Carmilla

    Jane Mai’s Soft is a Brilliant Retelling of Carmilla0

    CONTENT WARNING: This article contains discussion of abusive relationships. When a friend recommended I watch a low budget webseries about a lesbian vampire who falls in love with her plucky college roommate, I didn’t realize it was based on Carmilla, a vampire novella by Sheridan Le Fanu older than Bram Stoker’s Dracula. I was fascinated

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  • Artemis and the Assassin #1 Hits the Wrong Target

    Artemis and the Assassin #1 Hits the Wrong Target1

    Nothing captures my attention more in a comic than when creators introduce a strong, competent woman in the first few pages of new series, ass first. Obviously that’s a lie. Well, not exactly. It does capture my attention but for the wrong reasons. It’s a good butt. It’s a butt that the artists drew with

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