• Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty

    Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty0

    Happy May everyone and welcome back to your weekly comics news. It’s been a long week full of a variety of announcements and events. Let’s take a look!

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  • Does Heathen Address White Feminism On Purpose?

    Does Heathen Address White Feminism On Purpose?0

    Heathen #6 Natasha Alterici (words, illustrations, colors), Rachel Deering (letters) Vault Comics February 21, 2018 When I first read the collected Heathen graphic novel last year the story spoke to me in ways that I could not fully express, both personally as a queer woman and as a feminist. This lesbian viking mythos that writer,

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  • PUBWATCH: Cracking Open The Vault (Jan/Feb 2018)

    PUBWATCH: Cracking Open The Vault (Jan/Feb 2018)2

    Hello! It’s been a bit since our first Pubwatch for Vault—we had some technical difficulties to iron out. Thankfully we’ve gotten through those, so we should be pretty on top of releases going forward. Because of the delay, this’ll be a super-sized entry, covering both January and February’s releases. We’ve got a lot to cover,

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  • HEATHEN #5: Natasha Alterici’s Feminist Lesbian Viking Myth

    HEATHEN #5: Natasha Alterici’s Feminist Lesbian Viking Myth2

    From the beginning of the series, Vault Comics’ HEATHEN has been a feminist lesbian Viking myth that speaks to the heart. As Ginnis Tonik puts it, it is a classical story of a timeless epic hero that changes the world for the better. This is a warrior’s tale about Aydis and her quest to break the

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  • Heathen Vol.1 : A “Feminist Lesbian Viking Comic Book”

    Heathen Vol.1 : A “Feminist Lesbian Viking Comic Book”2

    Heathen, Vol. 1 Natasha Alterici (words & art) Literati Press January 20, 2016 “Feminist lesbian viking comic book.” That phrase was in the first sentence when author and artist, Natasha Alterici, reached out to us about her latest creative endeavor. I was hooked immediately, and I snagged the comic for review. (Note: This review is

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