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14  mai     15h00
INTERVIEW: Chris Roberson and Leila del Duca on the Mysteries of The House of Lost Horizons #1
Wendy Browne    Out this month is the first of a five-part locked-room mystery that sees paranormal detective Sarah Jewell and her associate Marie Therése’s weekend getaway become something far more ominous than they had planned. Surrounded by a storm, murder, and occult items, the duo must play a game of whodunit...
13  mai     15h00
REVIEW: Silk #2 Has Snappy Dialogue and Literal Cat Fights
Latonya Pennington    Silk recently became the most relatable adult superhero I didn’t know I needed. One month ago amid anxiety-fueled insomnia, I bought half a dozen discounted books centered on the misadventures of Silk, Spider-Gwen and Spider-Woman. I ended up devouring them all in one weekend. Silk #2 Maurene Goo ...
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Monica Rambeau and the Inescapable Orbit of Carol Danvers and Wanda Maximoff
Brandi Collins    Compared to her comic book counterpart, MCU Monica Rambeau once seemed destined to break out of Carol Danvers’ shadow as her similar path as a hero, only to be relegated yet again to sidekick status this time prop up Wanda Maximoff in WandaVision. After WandaVision aired its finale, I re-watched...
12  mai     17h00
REVIEW: Cable #10 Stumbles as the Series Finale Nears
Zoe Tunnell    Cable has officially hit its final arc, with only two issues left following Cable #10. As Kid Cable’s (seeming) end nears, the series’ various plotlines are winding up and setting the stage for the showdown with Stryfe. While there are flashes of the charm that carried the previous issues through,...
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REVIEW: SWORD #5 Thrives on Murky Questions, New Arrivals and a Whole Naked Man
Zoe Tunnell    Howdy, folks I’m taking over as WWAC’s new SWORD writer starting with this issue which, hilariously, is also the end of the first arc of the series. Luckily, SWORD #5 continues not just the series’ streak of excellence, it serves as a wholly enjoyable standalone tale that tackles everything from...
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INTERVIEW: Jeff Smith & Vijaya Iyer on Kickstarting Tuki, Loving the Industry, and Having Fun
Wendy Browne    Cartoon Books Inc’s third graphic novel series, Tuki, went live on Kickstarter last week. It has already soared past its initial goal before writer and artist Jeff Smith and publisher Vijaya Iyer even knew what was happening. Iyer and Smith practically glow with excitement on the screen as we chat...
11  mai     17h00
Colorist on Color: Tamra Bonvillain
Marissa Louise    Hello again friends We’re here with another installment of Colorist on Color. This time we are joined by Tamra Bonvillain. She is a colorist living in the Southern US. Tamra has won multiple awards for coloring, from the Comicbook.com Golden Issue Awards in 2017 and 2018 to the Aurora award in...
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Archie Comics Pubwatch: May 2021
Lisa Fernandes    Welcome to the Archie Comics Pubwatch for the month of May I’m Lisa, reporting from a corner booth at Pop’s Chock lit Shoppe, and here’s this month’s news In this month’s Archie Comics Pubwatch, the Archie App shuts its doors, the title of the first Archie audio adaption has been announced, a...
10  mai     17h00
REVIEW: Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow #1 Turns on the Dark
Lisa Fernandes    Spider-Man: Spider’s Shadow #1 takes a chilling, violent, and sometimes grim (but always humor-leavened) look at a possible future for Peter Parker. It’s ultimately a cautionary What If tale that asks what would have happened had Peter Parker bonded with the symbiote suit instead of Eddie Brock....
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Previously on Comics: This is the May
Kate Tanski    Hello brave readers Kate here again for your post May the Fourth Be With You Mother’s Day comics news you may have missed last week because, hoo boy, did it feel like a week. And a weird one, at that. On Monday the news broke that legendary comics artist John Paul Leon had passed away. He...