Author Archives: E.A. Sofia

The Benefit of Time: Thoughts on the Occasion of Kamala Khan’s 50th Issue

The Benefit of Time: Thoughts on the Occasion of Kamala Khan’s 50th Issue

Kamala Khan, the superhero known as Ms. Marvel, just experienced a significant milestone: her 50th solo issue. Since her debut four years ago, Kamala has gone from being one of the new characters whose fate was unclear to a new addition to Marvel’s superhero pantheon. Even her creators and most devoted fans initially thought she

Review: EXILES #1

EXILES #1 Written by Saladin Ahmed Art by Javier Rodríguez, Álvaro López, Jordie Bellaire, Joe Caramagna Edited by Sarah Brunstad, Wil Moss Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: April 11, 2018 The Marvel Multiverse is in danger (again) and a new team of superheroes must come together to save it despite their initial hesitations (again).

On Comics Anthologies: OATH, CAN I PET YOUR WEREWOLF, and BITCH PLANET

For Comicosity’s recent “Most Anticipated Comics of 2018” list, I chose the upcoming anthology mini-series Twisted Romance, and mentioned at the time that I think anthologies are a good way to become familiar with a genre. I developed that view largely from my experience with prose fiction, specifically my experience when I started to read

These Heroes Fight Villains: Thoughts on DC BOMBSHELLS Volume 1

When the superhero comics series Bombshells began in July 2015, I had high hopes for what the story could potentially be. The premise was about a group of female superheroes fighting against the Nazis in World War II. Two years later, after the first volume has been completed and the second volume Bombshells United has

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