Women write about comics
18h00 18  janvier
Ayize Jama-Everett and John Jennings Unpack Their Box of Bones
Wendy Browne
Horror takes on a whole new meaning when told by and about Black people. With so much of history for people of the African Diaspora bound up in enslavement, it’s difficult to separate any artistic expression from the generational trauma and the continued weight of racism. Though it is as disturbing...
16h00 18  janvier
REVIEW: Marauders #17: Storm Packs a Powerful Punch
Wendy Browne
Emma Frost gets down to business in Marauders #17, cleaning up after Sebastian Shaw’s treachery and solidifying Krakoa’s enterprises with the humans. But first, a dance to the death. Marauders #17 Russell Dauterman (cover), Edgar Delgado (color artist), Gerry Duggan (writer), Matteo Lolli (artist),...
13h00 18  janvier
Previously On Comics: Exhausting
Nola Pfau
Good morning Welcome to the third week of January 2021, and let’s hope this one is a touch less exhausting than the first two have been. You may remember news on some copyright strikes happening over some new Japanese laws from a couple weeks ago. The strikes specifically seemed to be related to...
16h00 15  janvier
All We Ever Look For: Orphans & Adoption in Fantastic Four
Max Markov
CW for mentions of child abuse What is it that sets Fantastic Four apart from other team books? Though the roster rotates slightly throughout the years as characters move in and out of each other’s lives, everybody knows the Fantastic Four will always be Susan Storm, Reed Richards, Johnny Storm &...
21h00 14  janvier
Last Week’s Episode: The MCU News is Back Baby
Rosie Knight
After a year that was, depending on how you looked at, it blissfully or depressingly free of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the all consuming Disney entertainment powerhouse is back. In a week that has felt like a year it might have been easy to miss all the entertainment news. But thanks to the...
18h00 14  janvier
REVIEW: House of El: The Shadow Threat
Emily Lauer
House of El: The Shadow Threat had me hooked almost immediately, and if you want to see likable young adults try to save their society, this is the tightly plotted, fast-paced, and lushly illustrated book for you. House of El: Book 1: The Shadow Threat Dee Cunniffe (colors), Deron Bennett ...
16h00 14  janvier
Titan Comics PUBWATCH: January 2021
Kate Kosturski
What a year it’s been and we’re only two weeks into it. But as my mother reminds me, where there is life, there is hope. And where there are comics, with heroes that stand up for good over evil, there will always be hope. This month, we take a look at the second issues... The post Titan Comics...
13h00 14  janvier
WandaVision: What’s the Source?
Claire Napier
Back in September, two trailers came out on the same day, and I tweeted, Wanda’s thinking of ending things. It’s a joke that works because in later years Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch, has been given tremendous reality-adjustment abilities (she could end anything in a blink, including the...
18h00 13  janvier
REVIEW: The Picture of Everything Else Delivers Murder & Intrigue With A Wildean Flare
Jameson Hampton
I’m always curious to hear about unique and interesting concepts for new comic books, and I have to admit that Vault Comics’ The Picture of Everything Else did immediately catch my eye for that reason. The very first time I read the title of this book, it stood out to me, and I thought to... The...
16h00 13  janvier
REVIEW: Star Wars: The High Republic #1 Introduces Readers to a New Era
Louis Skye
In Star Wars: The High Republic #1, Padawan Keeve Trennis begins her trials to become a Jedi Knight, but on a quiet planet in the Outer Rim, Keeve gets much more than she bargained for. When lives are at stake, a Jedi has only one choice protect the helpless. But is this the start of something......