• My First Comic: It All Began With Manga

    My First Comic: It All Began With Manga0

    I’ve had three first “comics,” including the first sequential art I recall reading, my first American graphic novels, and the first floppy issues I collected as part of a weekly dedication to a local comics shop. Each inaugurated a new type of “comic” into my life and a new awareness of the comics community.

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  • Undeniable Comfort and Camaraderie in Sailor Moon R The Movie: Promise of the Rose

    Undeniable Comfort and Camaraderie in Sailor Moon R The Movie: Promise of the Rose0

    Sailor Moon R The Movie: Promise of the Rose Director: Kunihiko Ikuhara Original screenplay: Sukehiro Tomita North American voice cast: Stephanie Sheh, Robbie Daymond, Ben Diskin, Carrie Keranen North American premiere: January 19, 2017 (United States); March 1, 2017 (Canada) It’s the distinctly ’90s thrill of electric guitars and percussion that comes to mind first

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  • 25 Years of Never Being Alone: Sailor Moon and Me

    25 Years of Never Being Alone: Sailor Moon and Me1

    It was an afternoon cartoon, scheduled between other familiar kids’ shows. The art was a little different, a little more dynamic and alive, more unabashedly feminine than I was used to seeing, even at eight-years-old. I don’t remember seeing commercials for this new show, with its pigtailed heroine in a sailor suit, but I remember the

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  • How to Throw a Watch Party in the Name of Sailor Moon R: The Movie

    How to Throw a Watch Party in the Name of Sailor Moon R: The Movie0

    • January 13, 2017

    I know I wasn’t the only Sailor Moon fan who was delighted at the news that Viz Media would be re-releasing Sailor Moon R: The Movie in theatres this month, continuing their mission to bring the show back for a new generation of Moonies. Los Angeles will be getting a glitzy premiere on January 13,

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  • Previously On Comics: Oh, comics.

    Previously On Comics: Oh, comics.0

    Hello, Previously fans! Kate here with the final Previously on Comics of 2016. And this past week was a doozy, reminding us all that just being in comics is a questionable life choice. Sometimes you spend a morning away from social media for whatever reason–a late morning snooze, an early morning workout–and then you check

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  • Geek Mystique: Lifestyle News for November

    Geek Mystique: Lifestyle News for November0

    November has been quite the month, hasn’t it? While I hope this column provides a brief reprieve from the current state of our political world, I do want to start with some resources for fighting the good fight.

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