• She Could Fly: For Those Who Can’t Be Superheroes

    She Could Fly: For Those Who Can’t Be Superheroes0

    She Could Fly  Christopher Cantwell (Writer), Martín Morazzo (Artist), Miroslav Mrva (Colours), Clem Robins (Letters) Dark Horse Comics 13 March, 2019 Luna Brewster isn’t okay. All day and all night, she has horrifyingly violent thoughts. She can’t stop them, and she can’t tell anyone about them. So she waits for the day when she won’t

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  • Betty & Veronica #2: The Best Things in Life Aren’t Free

    Betty & Veronica #2: The Best Things in Life Aren’t Free0

    Betty & Veronica #2 Jamie Lee Rotante (Writer), Sandra Lanz (Artist), Kelly Fitzpatrick (Colours), Jack Morelli (Letters) Archie Comics 30 January, 2019 Veronica is flourishing at her fashion magazine internship, so much so that she is being offered her very own advice column. The idea is appealing—Veronica loves sharing her opinion—but she wants to write

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  • Betty & Veronica #1: Senior Year At Last

    Betty & Veronica #1: Senior Year At Last0

    Betty & Veronica #1 Jamie Lee Rotante (Writer), Sandra Lanz (Artist), Kelly Fitzpatrick (Colours), Jack Morelli (Letters) Archie Comics 19 December, 2018 Summer’s almost over, but Betty Cooper and Veronica Lodge aren’t ready to start school again. Sure, summer may have started with Betty being dumped by Reggie Mantle, a relationship that only Veronica even

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  • Marguerite Bennett on Changing the Gender Landscape of Comics

    Marguerite Bennett on Changing the Gender Landscape of Comics0

    Marguerite Bennett is a name many will immediately recognise. She is the writer behind DC’s Batwoman and Bombshells, Marvel’s A-Force and Angela: Queen of Hel, as well as her own series, InSeXts and Animosity. There is one general theme in Bennett’s comics, something not often seen in comics creators’ bodies of work: a plethora of

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  • A New Chapter for the Gospel of Patience in The Magdalena

    A New Chapter for the Gospel of Patience in The Magdalena0

    It seems appropriate to begin here with a confession: Forgive me, readers, for I am skeptical. So, the Catholic church, an entity that has subjugated women like it’s their job for literally centuries, has, as their secret, a supernaturally powerful champion woman descended from Mary Magdalene and Jesus? Haha, good one! Maybe lay off the

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  • No Riverdale Rivals: Betty and Veronica Are Friends Not Frenemies

    No Riverdale Rivals: Betty and Veronica Are Friends Not Frenemies0

    Rivalry is one of storytelling’s most popular (and most relied-upon) devices. Need to shake things up? Plot feeling stale? Pit two characters against each other. Rivalries, in general, tend to be widespread–from sports teams to genre franchises–but it’s also very commonplace in the world of comics. Ask any comics fan to name a “versus” pair

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