• The Wedding Issue: Storm and Black Panther

    The Wedding Issue: Storm and Black Panther1

    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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  • After Wonder Woman: Why Storm Won’t Be the Next Superhero Film

    After Wonder Woman: Why Storm Won’t Be the Next Superhero Film1

    • June 23, 2017

    Gal Gadot’s incarnation of Wonder Woman is resonating with superhero fans and feminists. The fantasy/science fiction film directed by Patty Jenkins grossed over $129 million (IMBD) and earned Lynda Carter’s stamp of approval. I chatted with fableist and superhero fan, Candice Lola to discuss black female superhero characters in movies and television.

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  • Red Carpet Heroes: Kicking Ass & Wearing Heels Vol. 2

    Red Carpet Heroes: Kicking Ass & Wearing Heels Vol. 20

    Just about anything with Emma Frost looking her diva best is going to make me pause, which is how I stumbled upon Chris Panda. I wanna badly one day to draw an Emma frost comics just to make her the best of outfits #fashionheroes pic.twitter.com/YnTpYWD9YF — Chris Panda (@ChrisPandArt) March 22, 2017 Continue scrolling through

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  • Mighty Marvel Monday: The Superior Or Just Regular Tony Stark

    Mighty Marvel Monday: The Superior Or Just Regular Tony Stark0

    • July 21, 2014

    Monday again! This has been quite the week for Marvel — LadyThor (wait, we aren’t supposed to call her that) and Fal-Cap caused a significant amount of Internet rabble rousing. What else has been going on at the House of Ideas?

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  • Greg Pak Seeds The Clouds With Hashtag #WhyILoveStorm

    Greg Pak Seeds The Clouds With Hashtag #WhyILoveStorm0

    A tiny blurb in Previews magazine created a tempest  over Storm #1 – a series fans have been a long time waiting for. Series writer Greg Pak expressed why this means so much to him, “I’ve loved Storm since I was a kid biking down to Lone Star Comics in North Dallas to stare in

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  • Cosplaying While Black: The Expense of Representing

    Cosplaying While Black: The Expense of Representing2

    I have been a comic geek since I was thirteen. I have been a brown-skinned girl all my life. Costuming started as fun for me, but has become equal parts mission and frustration. I started cosplaying when I didn’t even know the word “cosplay”. And forget the resources available to cosplayers these days. Back then?

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