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Crowing About It - Wonder Woman/Conan #3

Last issue saw our two heroes fight each other in an arena, get transferred to a smuggling ship, get threatened by randy sailors, see the ship they’re on get rammed by a Zingaran patrol boat, jump overboard in a desperate attempt to escape and, finally, get menaced by some impressively-rendered sharks. 990 more words

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Early comic book forays inspire filmmaker to honor women's legacy

As a girl, filmmaker Marisa Stotter followed her older brother into the local comic book shop for a Magic: The Gathering tournament, and found herself browsing the shelves, igniting a spark that would grow into a full-fledged comic book habit in high school. 3,186 more words

“Be glad of your many sisters”; the insular and the exceptional in Wonder Woman: The Circle

A couple of months ago, I reached out to Osvaldo Oyola of The Middle Spaces about the possibility of a collaboration. After many edits and drafts, I’m proud to display the introduction of the finished article on Gail Simone and the Dodson’s Wonder Woman: The Circle, … 375 more words

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Dances with Crows (Wonder Woman/Conan #3 Comic Review)

WONDER WOMAN/CONAN #3
Writer: Gail Simone
Art: Matt Ryan, Aaron Lopresti
Cover: Darick Robertson
Variant Cover: Aaron Lopresti
Publisher: DC Comics/Darkhorse

Wonder Woman and Conan find themselves trapped on the high seas and at the mercy of two wicked crows.

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Shea Fontana, Gail Simone, Matthew Rosenberg, And More React To Eddie Berganza Report

In the wake of Buzzfeed’s report on the sexual harassment allegations against longtime DC Comics editor Eddie Berganza on Friday, some high-profile comic book creators have taken to social media to address the allegations. 1,682 more words

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Shea Fontana, Gail Simone, Matthew Rosenberg, And More React To Eddie Berganza Report

In the wake of Buzzfeed’s report on the sexual harassment allegations against longtime DC Comics editor Eddie Berganza on Friday, some high-profile comic book creators have taken to social media to address the allegations. 1,682 more words

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