• Marauders #5: Women’s Work Is Never Done

    Marauders #5: Women’s Work Is Never Done0

    The Hellfire Club was founded on sexism that even Emma Frost herself subscribed to in her own way, but things have changed. In Marauders #5, the Black King is trying his petty best to keep the women in their place, but the Red and White Queens have got things well under control.

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  • When You Wish Upon a WWAC: A Holiday Gift Guide

    When You Wish Upon a WWAC: A Holiday Gift Guide0

    Shopping for the holidays can be a struggle, but we here at WWAC are happy to help. We have compiled a range of suggestions of gifts for the geeks in your life with extremely good taste. Existing over a wide spectrum of fandoms and sundry geekeries, our highest priced suggestion is $575, our most affordable

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  • Marauders #2: Long Live the Queens

    Marauders #2: Long Live the Queens2

    Marauders #2 Federico Blee (colorist), Russel Dauterman (cover artist), Gerry Duggan (writer), Matteo Lolli (artist), Tom Muller (design), VC’s Cory Petit (letterer) Marvel Comics November 20, 2019 Kate Pryde’s piratical romp continues, but first, some business. Emma Frost continues to be the Emma Frost I have wanted to see for so long, holding back-astral plane

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  • Marauders #1: They Call Her Kate—Captain Kate

    Marauders #1: They Call Her Kate—Captain Kate0

    Marauders #1 Frederico Blee (colorist), Russel Dauterman (cover artist), Gerry Duggan (writer), Matteo Lolli (artist), Tom Muller (design), VC’s Cory Petit (letterer) Marvel Comics October 23, 2019 It’s been a long time since the X-Men have made me laugh. Like, genuinely laughed out loud. That is not at all what I was expecting from an

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  • Sequential Sartorial: My Hopes and Dreams for a Fashionable Emma Frost

    Sequential Sartorial: My Hopes and Dreams for a Fashionable Emma Frost8

    Jonathan Hickman has done the unimaginable: he has made me want to care about the X-Men again. I’m walking into House of X with a healthy dose of cynicism, but this feeling of burgeoning hope is something I have not felt in a long time. I worried that I’d continue on a path of clinging to

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  • Sequential Sartorial: Give Me More Fashionable Superheroes

    Sequential Sartorial: Give Me More Fashionable Superheroes0

    Once upon a time, I wanted to be a fashion designer. I was constantly sketching ideas, collecting fabric samples, and chopping up my sister’s Vogue and Bazaar. I was infatuated with Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista and the original supermodels. I dreamed of visiting the runways of Paris. As with many of my childhood obsessions,

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