• WWE BOOM! #16: This Is A Bad Comic and I Hated It

    WWE BOOM! #16: This Is A Bad Comic and I Hated It0

    The actual story of WWE’s Women’s Revolution, especially the story surrounding the so-called “Four Horsewomen of NXT” is incredible. It is a story of four women who were told, repeatedly, “nobody cared” about women’s wrestling. Instead of letting that discourage them, they used it as their fuel to change that opinion. Building on the work

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  • WWE #15: It Got Worse

    WWE #15: It Got Worse0

    WWE #15 Dennis Hopeless, Tini Howard (writers), Serg Acuña, Hyeonjin Kim (artists), Douglass Garbark (colorist), Jim Campbell (letterist), Dan Mora (color artist) BOOM! Studios March 21, 2018 In my review of WWE #14, I called the issue “underwhelming.” I was disappointed in the issue, feeling like it was “just coasting and hoping nobody will notice.”

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  • WWE #14: Well, It Could Be Worse

    WWE #14: Well, It Could Be Worse0

    WWE #14 Dennis Hopeless, Tini Howard (writers), Serg Acuña (artist), Dan Mora (cover artist) BOOM! Studios February 21, 2018 There is something fascinating about WWE #14. The first issue of the arc chronicling the Women’s Revolution in the company is some kind of genius in how metatextual the storytelling is. Because, exactly like the real

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  • Sisters of Sorrow: A Rushed Yet Poignant Mini Series

    Sisters of Sorrow: A Rushed Yet Poignant Mini Series0

    Kurt Sutter’s Sisters of Sorrow Kurt Sutter, Courtney Alameda (Writers), Hyeonjin Kim (Artist), Jean-Paul Csuka (Colours), Jim Campbell (Letters) July 1, 2017 Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter’s comic book miniseries, Sisters of Sorrow, has come to a close with a quiet, yet powerful message. Co-written with horror/science-fiction author Courtney Alameda, the first issue of

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  • BOOM! Bar: Rangers, Revenge, Regret

    BOOM! Bar: Rangers, Revenge, Regret0

    Hi-Fi Fight Club (BOOM! Box) develops its sweet and fresh central girl/girl romance, and starts to open up some of the secrets under the record shop. I don’t know how this story is gonna wrap up in only four issues, but it’s a very pretty book with an affirmational, welcoming perspective. We’ve got a longer feature

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