This review is pretty incoherent and not structured as well as I would like. You’ve been warned. This is going to be a very lengthy, multi-part review of Marvel Comics’ Runaways and is going to contain a huge amount of … Continue reading →
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cblgblog: why-i-love-comics: the origin of Captain Carter & Becky Exiles #8 (2018)written by Saladin Ahmedart by Joe Quinones, Joe Rivera, Jordan Gibson, Chris Sotomayor, & Muntsa Vicente @minerfromtarn Source: why-i-love-comics
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zoinomiko: mulderkicksdownthedoor: useless-gay-caramel: charminglyantiquated: a little love story about mermaids and tattoos I CANT EXPRESS HOW MUCH I LOVE THIS Might have reblogged this before BUT I DON’T CARE! this is fantastic! always reblog lesbian merpirates Source: charminglyantiquated
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why-i-love-comics: Runaways #12 (2018) written by Rainbow Rowellart by Kris Anka & Matthew Wilson Source: why-i-love-comics
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wrenmcdonald: “Salvage” created for Critical Chips 2, published/edited by Zainab Akhtar~ Source: wrenmcdonald
themaarika: themaarika: themaarika: themaarika: Some people have asked me for Shoot art prints (which I don’t have) but I want to do something for Pride Month so I’m putting my comics together into a small book. It’s a selection of … Continue reading →
why-i-love-comics: Ms. Marvel #31 (2018) written by G. Willow Wilson, Saladin Ahmed, Rainbow Rowell, & Hasan Minhajart by Nico Leon, Gustavo Duarte, Bob Quinn, Elmo Bondoc, & Ian Herring Source: why-i-love-comics
vintagegeekculture: There’s only one phrase to describe Amethyst: Princess of Gemworld: ahead of its’ time. Created in 1983, it seemed to perfectly herald and anticipate where geek culture would be in the decade of the 2010s, for good or ill. … Continue reading →
One of the big motivations for me reading Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Volume 1 last weekend was because I found Green Lantern: Kyle Rayner Volume 2 at my local bookstore late last week and wanted to see how the story progressed. “Kyle … Continue reading →
9musesandanoldmind: princelesscomic: If there is such a thing as a “fan favorite” in “Raven: Pirate Princess” it’s Sunshine Alexander. We first meet Sunshine when she appears to be a lost and confused young woman who bumps into Raven and needs her help. … Continue reading →