• Previously on Comics: @AOC Establishes Her Nerd Cred and FlameCon Doesn’t Like Sharing

    Previously on Comics: @AOC Establishes Her Nerd Cred and FlameCon Doesn’t Like Sharing0

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    • January 14, 2019

    I’m just going to jump right into the news with my favourite moment of last week, which was congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez continuing to remind us that she will not be silenced. Channeling Alan Moore’s Watchmen, she tweeted a quote from the character, Rorschach, “None of you understand. I’m not locked up in here with YOU. You’re

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  • Previously On Comics: You’re As Cold As Ice

    Previously On Comics: You’re As Cold As Ice0

    Here at WWAC, it seems like we started our awards polls a little early–specifically, the Worst Editorial Decision category, as Marvel decided it was going to throw a last minute wringer in the works, by forcing Teen Iceman of the time-displaced original five X-Men back into the closet before sending him home. Occurring in the

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  • Previously On Comics: Flagged for Adult Content

    Previously On Comics: Flagged for Adult Content0

    As far as comics news goes this week has been pretty quiet. I mean, stuff happened but it’s been mostly comics adjacent and as no one showed their ass on the tl so it’s felt, y’know, quiet.

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  • Previously on Comics: Layoffs at Lion Forge, Creators Supporting Creators, and the Bests of 2018

    Previously on Comics: Layoffs at Lion Forge, Creators Supporting Creators, and the Bests of 20180

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    • December 3, 2018

    Despite the MCU, well, existing, I still get a little tingly about the fact that comics continue to hit the mainstream media nowadays, like G. Willow Wilson’s new Wonder Woman making headlines over at Vogue. It’s not always a good tingly feeling, especially in those moments when the comics industry likes to prove how trash

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  • Previously on Comics: Just Subscribe To Shortbox, Thanks

    Previously on Comics: Just Subscribe To Shortbox, Thanks0

    News this week started off big when the story of Dave McKean and Jack Gantos’ book, A Suicide Bomber Sits In The Library, went viral. Gantos and McKean, two white men, created a book purportedly about a child bomber, who is moved to nonviolence by the act of…reading Western literature. It’s a blatantly racist and

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  • Previously in Comics: Excelsior!

    Previously in Comics: Excelsior!0

    The comics world honored the lives of three men this week, each lost at very different points in their lives. One gone far too soon, lost in his twenties; another in middle age, having spent some 30 years bringing comics into the public eye; and the last, among of the first to have a hand

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