The Mills Of The Gods : Marvel Making Positive Changes


Alex Yarde looks at Marvel’s recent diversity moves with cautious optimism.

What The New Female Thor Might Mean For Female Representation In Comics


Is the creation of a new female Thor a watershed moment in pop culture? Or a gimmick to sell more comic books?

How to Catcall Like a Pro

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An instructional graphic.

Quiz: Which Of These Guys Are Gay?

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Justin Hubbell wonders why, when he draws a male character, people automatically assume that guy is straight…

(Comic) Inconsistency

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Justin Hubbell’s newest comic answers the critique that he’s stereotyping men, and he can’t help but wonder why these critiques are so inconsistent.

The Irony of Masculinity: A Comic

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In this series, Justin Hubbell offers comics that take a humorous look at the complexities of today’s masculinity.

The Adventures of Aero-Girl: A Dad’s Review of a Female-Centered Comic

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Teen heroine Aero Girl avenges her father with the help of a super powered gorilla. Yes, It’s as awesome as it sounds!

Masculinity in the Gaming Community: A Comic

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“Wait a sec, you’re a GIRL?!”

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Have Lips?

The trailer for the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie has been released and it doesn’t look half bad.

Rock Briscoe in…The Pollen Ultimatum!

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What do you get when you cross seasonal allergies, cruddy jingoistic movies, and cruddier sexist comic books? Briscoe. Rock Briscoe.

Wizard World’s Sacramento Debut Promises Fanboy Fun

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Traveling comic convention comes to Sacramento for first time March 7-9.

What If the X-Men Were Black?

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Orion Martin explains that while the X-Men were discriminated against because they were mutants, they were still straight, cis-, able-bodied white guys.

Comics: Cape, Mask … Swastika? The Unintended Fascism of Those Who Protect


The following is a first person editorial, in response a piece for The Atlantic by Chris Yogerst, where he said…

Spider Man is Dead and No One is Talking About It


Lodro Rinzler reflects on the death of Spider Man and what it might mean for those who follow heroes.

Sending Love to My Son Via My Cartoons


Mark Greene sent his son cartoons while they were apart. And yes, there was a number of fart jokes.

OMG OMG OMG OMG! Tales of a (not-reluctant) fanboy.

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JJ Vincent knows that when he runs into a pop-icon he truly admires, he will end up being totally un-cool. And he’s cool with that.