• WWACommendations: Lois Lane, [ blank。], Witchlight, X-Force, and More

    WWACommendations: Lois Lane, [ blank。], Witchlight, X-Force, and More0

    Happy December! What comics are you reading lately? Every month, WWAC contributors share some of the comics they’ve especially enjoyed recently. I’ve been trying out different comics on Webtoon Canvas. The comics published on LINE Webtoon are separated into Webtoon Originals, where creators have an exclusive contractual relationship with Webtoon including publishing schedule expectations, and

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  • DC PUBWATCH – September 2019 Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – September 2019 Edition1

    The biggest news of this month’s DC Pubwatch is the further expansion of the Black Label line with another addition to Frank Miller’s Dark Knight canon (why?!), and Daniel Warren Johnson’s Wonder Woman: Dead Earth. We also got news of James Tynion IV’s “Year of the Villain” spin-off tied to the Infected and the Batman

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  • Down and Dirty with Dex: Stumptown, Vol. 1

    Down and Dirty with Dex: Stumptown, Vol. 10

    Stumptown, Vol. 1 Greg Rucka (Writer), Matthew Southworth (Artist), Lee Loughridge (Colorist) Oni Press 2010 A no-nonsense female private investigator, who also happens to be bisexual, Dex Parios could have been a one-dimensional fantasy figure aimed at a male audience, but Greg Rucka has created a nuanced portrait of a really interesting character situated firmly

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  • Suffering Sappho! The Role of Queer Coding in Wonder Woman

    Suffering Sappho! The Role of Queer Coding in Wonder Woman1

    It’s a good time to be a Wonder Woman fan. Sure, it’s only taken seventy-five years, but the Amazon princess is finally beginning to receive a level of widespread respect equal to the other, mostly male, heroic icons venerated by popular culture. A vast amount of responsibility for this achievement lies with the relaunched Wonder

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  • Wonder Woman #4: Women of Colour, Raise Your Hands!

    Wonder Woman #4: Women of Colour, Raise Your Hands!1

    Wonder Woman #4 Greg Rucka (Writer), Nicola Scott (Artist), Romulo Fajardo Jr. (Colourist), and Jodi Wynne (Letterer). DC Comics August 10th, 2016 Disclaimer: This review is based on an advanced copy from DC Comics and contains spoilers.

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  • The Intertwining Stories of Wonder Woman #1 & #2

    The Intertwining Stories of Wonder Woman #1 & #21

    Wonder Woman #1-2  Writer: Greg Rucka. Artists: Liam Sharp (WW #1) and Nicola Scott (WW #2). Colourists: Laura Martin (WW #1) and Romulo Fajardo Jr. (WW #2). Letterer: Jodi Wynne. DC Comics June 22th/July 13th 2016 Disclaimer: This review is based on an advanced copy from the publisher and contains spoilers. I was very disappointed in Wonder Woman #1, to

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