• Incredible Indie Tuesday: Exciting News from Image Expo!

    Incredible Indie Tuesday: Exciting News from Image Expo!1

    Last Wednesday in Seattle, Image Comics held the 6th Image Expo, an all-day event for creators to meet with press, retailers and fans. But it’s not your typical convention: there are no vendors and panels focus primarily on discussing upcoming releases with writers, artists and other team members. The convention began with publisher Eric Stephenson’s inspiring

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  • Love, War, and Other Frightful Creatures: Past the Last Mountain

    Love, War, and Other Frightful Creatures: Past the Last Mountain0

    Past the Last Mountain Louie Joyce (Art and Colors), Paul Allor (Words), Gannon Beck (Layouts), Andy Schmidt (Consulting Editor) CE Digital January 13, 2016 Disclaimer: WWAC received review copies of all four issues of Past the Last Mountain from Paul Allor. On Free Comic Book Day in 2014, Paul Allor and Thomas Boatwright released a comic through Th3rd World

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  • Zine Review: Sporgo No. 1

    Zine Review: Sporgo No. 10

    Sporgo No. 1 Lara Pallmall Laura Pallmall is a relatively new comic creator, with only a couple years of zine-making under her belt. Like many artists working in the punk scene, she started out by illustrating album covers, posters and t-shirts. “My drawings would go on flyers and band merch and then just kind of

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  • X-Files Gift Guide for the Holidays, or Just in Celebration of the Revival

    X-Files Gift Guide for the Holidays, or Just in Celebration of the Revival0

    If the 2016 X-Files revival in January isn’t enough justification for you, Ginnis and Kate have cobbled together a holiday gift guide for the X-philes in your life, including you because you are in your life, right? Okay, just get your wallet ready.

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  • WWAC Reflections on the “King of Horror”

    WWAC Reflections on the “King of Horror”0

    It’s spooky season, and that means rolling out our favorite scary stories. Stephen King, also known as the “King of Horror,” is an iconic author, impacting the horror genre with books such as The Shining, It, and Carrie. He has written over 50 novels and around 200 short stories, and his body of work continues

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  • Fumetti Nightmares: Is Ulula #2 Sadistic or Masochistic?

    Fumetti Nightmares: Is Ulula #2 Sadistic or Masochistic?0

    As a warning, this article is most certainly not safe for work. The comic discussed here includes explicit sex and violence, including a graphic portrayal of rape that some readers may find uncomfortable or upsetting. This is my second article for Women Write About Comics on the Italian erotic-horror comic Ulula, which began in 1981,

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