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THE HANGOUT featuring Brian Visaggio: January 19, 2015

THE HANGOUT featuring Brian Visaggio: January 19, 2015

The creator of Stronghold and Andrew Jackson in Space joins the girls of The Hangout to talk about his latest Kickstarter, alternative presidential history and of course Star Trek! Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1278153563/andrew-jackson-in-space Follow Brian on Twitter: @BrianVisaggio Follow The Hangout: @TheComicHangout Follow Jessica: @charmingred Follow Alison: @VaGentlenerd Follow Karen: @karend_

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Review: SIP KIDS #2

SIP (Strangers in Paradise) KIDS #1 Written by Terry Moore Art by Terry Moore and Steve Hamaker Published by Abstract Studios Release date: January 7, 2015 The humor of seeing your favorite Strangers in Paradise characters struggle with elementary school woes circles the brink of heavy in this newest issue. Terry Moore returns to the

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Advance Review: OPERATION S.I.N. #1

OPERATION S.I.N. #1 Written by Kathryn Immonen Art by Rich Ellis Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 7, 2015 The backwards and continuely retconned, without explanation, history of Peggy Carter takes an adventure into the Cold War with Howard Stark. Set in 1953, the pair find themselves in Communist Russia sleuthing out alien technology.

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Advance Review: RAT QUEENS SPECIAL: BRAGA #1

THE RAT QUEENS SPECIAL: BRAGA #1 Written by Kurtis J. Wiebe Art by Tess Fowler, Kelly Fitzpatrick Published by Image Comics Release date: January 14, 2015 Recently the issues of the transgender community have taken center stage in both comics and current events. In comics, there was a debate about the handling of stereotypical representation of

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Review: STAR TREK/PLANET OF THE APES #1

STAR TREK/PLANET OF THE APES #1 Written by Scott Tipton and David Tipton Art by Rachael Stott and Charlie Kirchoff Published by IDW Publishing Release Date: December 31, 2014 This mostly Star Trek-sided story runs at the more brisk pace of the movie franchise, as opposed to the traditional television show. Political alliances are used

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HERoes: Rachael Stott

We get a chance to have a pressure free conversation about comics with female creators in the community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the comic fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes. Illustrator Rachael Stott is getting to craft one of the most epic crossovers in pop culture comics: Star Trek/Planet of the Apes #1! Before the

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HERoes: Tini Howard

We get a chance to have a pressure free conversation about comics with female creators in the community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the comic fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes Tini Howard is living the dream of many comic’s fans and writers. She was plucked from the entries of hundreds

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Review: BITCH PLANET #1

  BITCH PLANET #1 Written by Kelly Sue DeConnick Art by Valentine De Landro, Cris Peter, and Clayton Cowles Published by Image Comics Release Date: December 10, 2014 Bitch Planet hangs its overt message on the framework of a 1970s science-fiction exploitation genre story. The genre itself is not new to comics, nor is it’s

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