• Previously On Comics: Spider-Man No More

    Previously On Comics: Spider-Man No More0

    As usual, the comics industry has had its ups and downs in the last week. As San Diego Comic Con approaches and summer is now in full swing, new comics, comic storylines, and comic-based films continue to emerge. Fans everywhere can rest assured that there’s plenty to keep up with this week.

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  • The Wedding Issue: Ant-Man and Wasp

    The Wedding Issue: Ant-Man and Wasp0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?”, no debate gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes should marry. In this mini-feature, former Bride Rebecca Henely-Weiss and Bride-to-Be Kayleigh Hearn take a trip down memory lane to the most significant times comic companies took the plunge and got their

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  • Cover Girls: Mystery in Madripoor #4

    Cover Girls: Mystery in Madripoor #40

    Welcome to Cover Girls. Each month, we gather a team of WWAC contributors to analyze a new and notable comic book cover featuring a woman. This month Kayleigh, Laura, Claire, and Nola discuss Hunt for Wolverine: Mystery in Madripoor #4.

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  • Previously On Comics: Hits and Misses

    Previously On Comics: Hits and Misses0

    Comics news was like a fireworks show this week: Right around the time your vision cleared from the first whizbang, a new tidbit popped up to distract you. Another jailed artist gained his freedom, DC dropped some big announcements, Marvel tried to keep up, Dark Horse attempted to hide its anti-LGBT policies behind a digital

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  • My First Comic: It Started with Spider-Man

    My First Comic: It Started with Spider-Man0

    Like so many, my first comic was Archie. Readily available on the shelves of supermarket aisles next to the gum and tabloid magazines, waiting for me to browse through it as I waited for the long line to tick down to our turn at the register. I don’t remember specific stories, but I have vague,

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  • The Many Ages of American Comics

    The Many Ages of American Comics0

    Recently, I saw someone on Twitter talking about classic Golden and Silver Age Iron Man stories. I just about leapt out of my skin. I didn’t want to be that person, but it really bugged me. Why, you ask? Because Iron Man didn’t exist in the Golden Age. In fact, almost all the iconic Marvel

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