• Is She Warm Enough?

    Is She Warm Enough?0

    Here in the Northern Hemisphere, we have reached that time of year when the November chill seeps into our very perceptions and every image of a person makes us debate the most pressing question of our time: is she warm enough? With comics characters, who have a variety of special genes and circumstances affecting their

  • 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

  • 4 Reasons to Love Andy Kubert’s X-Men Covers

    4 Reasons to Love Andy Kubert’s X-Men Covers0

    When Andy Kubert took over the reins on X-Men and Uncanny X-Men during my ’90s comic collecting days, I developed a love-hate relationship with his artwork. I was always frustrated by the same face syndrome he displayed in his art and by his weirdly disproportionate appendages, with knees that seemed to take up far more

  • Captain Britain Reading Diary 8: Twin Tales

    Captain Britain Reading Diary 8: Twin Tales1

    Upon her reemergence as a Captain Britain supporting character, Betsy Braddock retained little of her previous page character. Her blonde though changeable bob was now chest-length purple, worn in a half-up style that resembled a large cottage loaf, or a Portuguese man o’ war. Career-wise she was “still” a model, but no longer a charter

  • The Re-re-invention of Psylocke

    The Re-re-invention of Psylocke1

    In 1989, Chris Claremont and Jim Lee did a thing to Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke. The white, British, purple-haired model, turned agent, turned X-Man, sister of Captain Britain, stepped through the Siege Perilous and was discovered by the Hand, who reshaped her into a Japanese woman. In 1993 on the pages of X-Men, Fabian Nicieza

  • Cover Girl: Mystery in Madripoor #4

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    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.