• “Invisible Woman” Makes Me Ask, Who is Sue Storm Richards?

    “Invisible Woman” Makes Me Ask, Who is Sue Storm Richards?1

    Invisible Woman #3 Joe Caramagna (letterer), Adam Hughes (cover artist), Mattia de Iulis (artist), Mark Waid (writer) Marvel Comics September 11th, 2019 I don’t like to think of myself as the type of person who will put off reviewing things I don’t like, but in this case that’s exactly what I did with Invisible Woman

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  • X-Men #2: The Garden of Unearthly Delights

    X-Men #2: The Garden of Unearthly Delights0

    X-Men #2 Gerry Alanguilan (inker), VC’s Clayton Cowles (letterer), Sonny Gho (colorist), Jonathan Hickman (writer), Tom Muller (design), Leinil Francis Yu (artist) Marvel Comics November 13, 2019 What’s remarkable about the Hickman era of the X-Men—unbelievably, we’re still only five months in, all of us having fallen into a swirling pool of Comic Book Time—is

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  • Previously on Comics: White Feminist Tears on a Bookshelf Near You

    Previously on Comics: White Feminist Tears on a Bookshelf Near You0

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    • November 18, 2019

    Though our book news column isn’t running anymore, I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention the book industry mess that occurred last week when YA author Sarah Dessen had her feelings hurt by Brooke Nelson, a graduate student who felt, as quoted in the Aberdeen News, that Dessen’s books were “fine for teen girls” but did not

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  • X-Men Book Club: Justice for Madelyne Pryor

    X-Men Book Club: Justice for Madelyne Pryor0

    Madelyne Pryor first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #168 as a seemingly normal woman who bore an uncanny (ha) resemblance to the dead X-Man Jean Grey. Jean’s lover Cyclops rushed to marry Madelyne and had a child with her, but abandoned them both when Jean returned from the dead. Madelyne allied herself with the X-Men for

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  • Fallen Angels #1 Has A Rough Landing

    Fallen Angels #1 Has A Rough Landing1

    Fallen Angels #1 Frank D’Armata (colors), Bryan Edward Hill (writing), Szymon Kudranski (artist), Tom Muller (design), Joe Sabino (letters) Marvel Comics November 13, 2019 In an interview with Adventures In Poor Taste, X-Men Group Editor Jordan White clarified that the reason we would see the newly-reestablished Kwannon going by the codename of Psylocke, as well

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  • Adoption Papers for Rahne Sinclair

    Adoption Papers for Rahne Sinclair1

    New Mutants #1, in addition to being a great issue in its own right, had a very important highlight: like other mutants, Rahne Sinclair is alive again. That brings us to an important point of discussion regarding her: She’s ours now. By ‘ours’, of course, I mean that she belongs to trans people. You may

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