The fifth installment of our exploration of both Omega the Unknown series.
Brief reviews of comics books released between November 1st and the 22nd, including Astonisher #2, Power Pack #63, and Runaways #3.
In this guest post, Bruno Savill de Jong explores Simone and the Dodsons re-imagining of Wonder Woman’s origin and its connection to Amazonian notions of womanhood.
The fourth installment of our Omega the Unknown double-read through features cats, bullies and nano-bots.
An overview of the 2017 International Comics Art Forum conference in Seattle, WA.
The sixth in our conversations with comics scholars. This time with Dr. Aaron Kashtan, discussing the backlash against diversity, fun comics as worthy of study, and how you shouldn’t be ashamed to love My Little Pony.
The third installment of our Omega the Unknown double-read through, as our protagonist tries to figure out the complexities of school hierarchies.
The fifth in our conversations with comics scholars. This time with Dr. Andrea Gilroy, discussing how the tensions between image and text in comics reflect the messiness of identity, and how Ninja Turles and picture bibles might lead to being a comics scholar.