• The Wedding Issue: Wolverine and Witchblade (?!?)

    The Wedding Issue: Wolverine and Witchblade (?!?)0

    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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  • Sequential Sartorial: Give Me More Fashionable Superheroes

    Sequential Sartorial: Give Me More Fashionable Superheroes0

    Once upon a time, I wanted to be a fashion designer. I was constantly sketching ideas, collecting fabric samples, and chopping up my sister’s Vogue and Bazaar. I was infatuated with Christy Turlington and Linda Evangelista and the original supermodels. I dreamed of visiting the runways of Paris. As with many of my childhood obsessions,

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  • Wolverine: The Long Night

    Wolverine: The Long Night0

    In Chris Claremont and Frank Miller’s first Wolverine-based mini-series, we’re introduced to the titular hero as he stalks a bear through the Canadian wilds. It’s not the first time his solo adventures will deposit him out there, and indeed some of my favorite Wolverine stories have him traipsing through the woods and snow.

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  • Hire This Hero: Whither Wander’d Wolverine?

    Hire This Hero: Whither Wander’d Wolverine?0

    Have you ever wished a certain superhero was on hand to help with a very specific task that they were perfectly suited for, only to have that hero be unavailable? Well, you’re in luck! Welcome to the first installment of HIRE THIS HERO, where we here at WWAC scour superhero employment records to find you

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  • Monthly Marvel Muster: Building A Legacy

    Monthly Marvel Muster: Building A Legacy1

    Welcome once again to Monthly Marvel Muster… or bi-monthly Marvel Muster, as the case may be. My November was a trash fire, but I’m back now with two months of Marvel news and reviews all at once [Thank goodness! —Ed.]. A lot happened in the last two months. Marvel Legacy is now in full swing,

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  • Previously On Comics: Law and Communication

    Previously On Comics: Law and Communication0

    • December 11, 2017

    Superheroes are apparently not the only figures in comics that are difficult to kill, as Brian Michael Bendis announced this weekend that he had nearly been felled from a surprise MRSA infection. Shortly after signing his exclusive contract with DC, the writer was hospitalized, where he’s spent the entire last week. Good job on not dyin’,

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