• Still Standing: Mister Miracle Escaping the Stigma of Mental Illness

    Still Standing: Mister Miracle Escaping the Stigma of Mental Illness2

    As someone with depression and a love for comics, I often find myself looking to superheroes for escapism. A hero can always push forward no matter the difficulty, even if it takes a toll on them. More often than not, the trials and tribulations our favorite heroes are put through are those in the physical

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  • Rebirth Round Up: August 9

    Rebirth Round Up: August 90

    Welcome to the first Rebirth Roundup! Here I’ll do quick reviews of most DC Comics published books. I’m not entirely caught up on everything, but am working on that front, so some titles are not included yet. But as soon as I can I’ll be reviewing everything, right here, every week. That said, there will

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  • I Asked A Bunch of Marvel Men About Their Feminist Agendas

    I Asked A Bunch of Marvel Men About Their Feminist Agendas1

    And only three answered. After Chelsea Cain was run off from Twitter by the baying of hounds affronted by a word (“feminist”), I decided to ask Cain’s peers, co-workers and higher-ups a question. Joelle Jones’ cover for the final issue of Mockingbird featured heroine Bobbi Morse in a t-shirt that read ASK ME ABOUT MY

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  • The Vision (And How I Got Excited For New Comic Book Day Again)

    The Vision (And How I Got Excited For New Comic Book Day Again)0

    Ongoing comics are a strange game, constantly getting cancelled, renewed, and rebooted. Until I began working at London’s Orbital comics, I’d had a tough time reading anything in single issue format. Then, one fateful afternoon, I picked up The Vision #1. This book (by creative team Tom King and Gabriel Hernandez Walta, with Jordie Bellaire

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