• The Wedding Issue: Alysia Yeoh and Jo

    The Wedding Issue: Alysia Yeoh and Jo0

    Aside from “Who would win in a fight?” nothing gets comic fans more heated than the question of whether or not superheroes (and their friends) 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

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  • Snap Flash Hustle: Milennial American Josei

    Snap Flash Hustle: Milennial American Josei0

    Snap Flash Hustle #1 Jim Campbell (letterer), Emily Pearson (artist), Pat Shand (writer) Black Mask December 5, 2018 Snap Flash Hustle is pure josei, the josei-est American comic book I’ve had the catharsis to read.

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  • Superpose’s Heavy Light: How to Make A World Out of Neon

    Superpose’s Heavy Light: How to Make A World Out of Neon0

    Over the past couple years, neon has come into some serious vogue. Posters around town flash fierce magentas upon cyborg-seeking cops, gritty mystery teens, women wrestlers. From Riverdale ads, cobalt rim-lights hit figures leaning over a diner table. Just now, a city bus passing me billed two different movies in hyper-chromatic light.

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  • Hell is for Lovers: Pinky and Pepper Forever

    Hell is for Lovers: Pinky and Pepper Forever0

    Pinky and Pepper Forever Ivy Atoms Silver Sprocket June 18, 2018 A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Pinky and Pepper are two artists in love. They’re both students trying to refine their craft and find their audience, but neither one feels like they’re having

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  • BOOM! Bar: Half-Year Check-In

    BOOM! Bar: Half-Year Check-In0

    If you’ve ever been curious about what BOOM! and their imprints KaBOOM!, BOOM! Box and Archaia put out into the world, this overview should give you a snapshot of their range. Ah, BOOM! Bar readers, when last did we speak? January. Forgive me. In apology, I bring you February through June, all at once. We’ll

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  • Previously on Comics: Comics Was Only Mostly a Dumpster Fire This Week

    Previously on Comics: Comics Was Only Mostly a Dumpster Fire This Week1

    We’re going to start off this week with some good news for once. Remember a few weeks ago when we told you about our IndieGoGo campaign to fund WWAC’s move to a new web host? Well, the campaign was a roaring success, meeting 159% of our goal. Our sincerest thanks to everyone who contributed or

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