• Helen Mullane on Her Folk Horror Graphic Novel Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen

    Helen Mullane on Her Folk Horror Graphic Novel Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen2

    Nicnevin and the Bloody Queen introduces us to a young, jaded London teen living her typical jaded teen life that is not at all pleased about having to spend her summer in the countryside. When Nissy meets a handsome older man named Reggie, she finds herself drawn to him. Exploring the tumultuous emotions of a

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  • Sweet Heart #1 Faces its Monsters

    Sweet Heart #1 Faces its Monsters0

    Dillon Gilbertson has openly spoken the fact that Sweet Heart #1’s monstrosities represent his own struggles with diabetes, but the first issue quickly establishes itself as an analogy for the many mental and physical horrors that plague us.

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  • Normal Offers Queer, Desi Horror That Packs a Punch

    Normal Offers Queer, Desi Horror That Packs a Punch0

    The last Gaysi zine I reviewed was All that We Want, a gorgeous, warm celebration of queer desire. Their newest zine, Normal, is a complete departure from that exploration of queer joy, and instead dives into all that keeps us from such experiences. As Niyati Joshi makes known in their introduction, queer and trans people

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  • WWACommendations: They Called Us Enemy, Spirit Fingers, Archival Quality, and More

    WWACommendations: They Called Us Enemy, Spirit Fingers, Archival Quality, and More0

    Happy November! What comics have you been reading lately? I need to catch up on Marauders and Excalibur, and I’ve subscribed to a few new comics on LINE Webtoon which I’ll report back on soon. Every month, WWAC contributors share some of the comics they’ve especially enjoyed lately. Have a comic you can’t stop thinking

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  • Return to Harrow County With Cullen Bunn, Tyler Crook, and Naomi Franquiz

    Return to Harrow County With Cullen Bunn, Tyler Crook, and Naomi Franquiz0

    Clearly, Tyler Crook and Cullen Bunn were not ready to say goodbye to Harrow County and the dark and creepy goings on in the woods surrounding the home of Emmy Crawford. The southern gothic horror story, nee Countless Haints on Bunn’s personal website, has evolved since its creation, morphing from the ten-chapter serialized prose to

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  • Family Tree #1 Roots Itself Beneath Your Skin

    Family Tree #1 Roots Itself Beneath Your Skin0

    Family Tree #1 Ryan Cody (Colorist), Eric Gapstur (Inker), Phil Hester (Artist), Jeff Lemire (Writer), Steve Wands (Letterer). Image Comics November 13, 2019 Family Tree #1 is unsettling, in the best possible way. It roots itself beneath your skin and lingers, leaving you thinking. It’s apocalyptic in scope, but it’s also the story of a

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