Author Archives: Jessica Boyd

Review: STAR WARS ANNUAL #2

Review: STAR WARS ANNUAL #2

STAR WARS ANNUAL #2 Written by Kelly Thompson Art by Emilio Laiso, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Joe Caramanga Published by Marvel Comics Release date: November 30, 2016 The resistance to the Empire by the Rebel Alliance is at the very core of the Star Wars universe. Yet, it’s easy for people who feel like they have

HERoes: Vita Ayala

We get a chance to have a pressure free conversation about comics with women in the comics creators community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes. Vita Ayala caught the collective attention of the comics online social network with her work at DC Comics Most Wanted:

Review: ARCHIE #13

ARCHIE #13 Written by Mark Waid and Lori Matsumoto Art by Joe Eisma, Andre Szymanowicz, Jack Morelli Published by Archie Comics Release date: October 19, 2016 It’s the return of Riverdale’s most character trait pliable bombshell. The path laid out for the return of Cheryl Blossom is not on surprising,  making it  unfortunately boring. There

HERoes: Marguerite Sauvage

We get a chance to have a pressure free conversation about comics with women in the comics creators community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes. From women of might like Misty Knight and Wonder Woman to superhero angels like Marvel’s Angela and Valiant’s Faith, Marguerite

Review: STAR TREK: WAYPOINT #1

STAR TREK: WAYPOINT #1 Written by Don Cates and Sandra Lanz Art by Mack Chater, Jason Lewis, Dee Cunniffe, Sandra Lanz, Andworld Designs Published by IDW Publishing Release date: September 28, 2016 The comic book anthology that is celebrating the 50th anniversary of Star Trek has finally hit comics shops. This series showcases short comics stories spread

HERoes: Jen Bartel

We get a chance to have a pressure free conversation about comics with women in the comics creators community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes. Jen Bartel has become a staple cover artist for IDW’s Jem and the Holograms,  and has recently completed an

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