• Comics and Kink: Greg Land and the (Sexy) Digital Art Debate

    Comics and Kink: Greg Land and the (Sexy) Digital Art Debate0

    Happy holidays, dear readers! I hope you’re enjoying Black Friday, or finally dredging up your social willpower (and finances) for the upcoming Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa cycle. In honor of this uniquely busy period in our lives, I’ve decided to take pity on you and provide an easy, breezy, lightly sexy read for you to enjoy.

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  • “Invisible Woman” Makes Me Ask, Who is Sue Storm Richards?

    “Invisible Woman” Makes Me Ask, Who is Sue Storm Richards?1

    Invisible Woman #3 Joe Caramagna (letterer), Adam Hughes (cover artist), Mattia de Iulis (artist), Mark Waid (writer) Marvel Comics September 11th, 2019 I don’t like to think of myself as the type of person who will put off reviewing things I don’t like, but in this case that’s exactly what I did with Invisible Woman

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  • Who’s Waid Writing For Anyway? Invisible Woman #2

    Who’s Waid Writing For Anyway? Invisible Woman #22

    Invisible Woman #2 Joe Caramagna (letterer), Adam Hughes (cover artist), Mattia de Iulis (artist), Mark Waid (writer) Marvel Comics August 7th, 2019 I like to think of myself as a fairly friendly audience, relatively speaking, especially when it comes to serial narrative. Serial narrative requires a certain amount of suspension of disbelief, since if the

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  • The Evidence of Things Not Seen: Invisible Woman #1

    The Evidence of Things Not Seen: Invisible Woman #10

    Invisible Woman #1 Joe Caramagna (letterer), Adam Hughes (cover artist), Mattia de Iulis (artist), Mark Waid (writer) Marvel Comics July 10th, 2019 Mark Waid’s run on Fantastic Four with Mike Weiringo was the first I ever read, and it’s still my sentimental favorite. After making the First Family of Comics persona non grata for years,

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  • “Don’t Get Eaten by a Tiger”: The Presentation and Safety of Othered Children in FF

    “Don’t Get Eaten by a Tiger”: The Presentation and Safety of Othered Children in FF0

    Marvel Comics’ all-ages series FF (2012) is brought to us by team Matt Fraction and Mike, Lee, and Laura Allred and follows the adventures of the Future Foundation, a school for special youngsters, temporarily headed by Scott Lang, She-Hulk, Medusa, and pop singer Darla Deering a.k.a Miss Thing.

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  • The Wedding Issue: Ben Grimm and Alicia Masters

    The Wedding Issue: Ben Grimm and Alicia Masters0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip to today’s spinner racks and look at the most recent times comic companies took the plunge

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