• The Problem With Generation X Was Editorial

    The Problem With Generation X Was Editorial1

    On the 12th October, a Friday, writer Chuck Wendig announced via several threaded tweets that he had been fired from the Darth Vader miniseries he had been working on thanks to editorial displeasure with his personal linguistic conduct. The editor in question was Mark Paniccia.

  • WWACommendations: Generation X, Josephine Baker, Sanity & Tallulah, and More

    WWACommendations: Generation X, Josephine Baker, Sanity & Tallulah, and More0

    What comics are you reading lately? Every month, WWAC contributors sound off about the comics we’re reading for fun—not for research, not to keep up with a current series, but just for the sheer joy of reading. Let us know on Twitter what comics you’re reading!

  • Extermination #2 Pushes us Closer Toward the Edge

    Extermination #2 Pushes us Closer Toward the Edge0

    Extermination #2 Ed Brisson (Writer), Marte Gracia (Colorist), Pepe Larraz (Artist), Joe Sabino (Letterer) Marvel Comics August 29, 2018 “I’m going with them.” The four words at the end of Extermination #2 told me all I needed to know and I honestly couldn’t be more hooked on this book. This is a comic focused on returning the time

  • Hottest Hair In Comics

    Hottest Hair In Comics2

    As you know, here at WWAC, we’re committed to bringing you the hardest hitting critical analysis that can be found in comics. We cover the topics others are too afraid to cover! Explore the corners of comics as an industry that others are afraid to look in to! Spend several hours compiling a list of

  • Extermination #1 Leaves a Big Impact

    Extermination #1 Leaves a Big Impact0

    Extermination #1 Ed Brisson (writer), Pepe Laraz (artist), Marte Garcia (colorist), Jo Sabino (letterer) Marvel Comics August 15, 2018 The saga of the time-displaced Original Five (or O5, as they’ve come to be known) X-Men has gone on for a long time. Too long, some might say. Brought forward by a rather bitter Beast to

  • The Re-re-invention of Psylocke

    The Re-re-invention of Psylocke1

    In 1989, Chris Claremont and Jim Lee did a thing to Betsy Braddock, aka Psylocke. The white, British, purple-haired model, turned agent, turned X-Man, sister of Captain Britain, stepped through the Siege Perilous and was discovered by the Hand, who reshaped her into a Japanese woman. In 1993 on the pages of X-Men, Fabian Nicieza