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Well, THAT Just Happened: November 2016

Well, THAT Just Happened: November 2016

Welcome to Comicosity’s newest monthly column, “Well THAT Just Happened.” This column will cover our favorite moments from the previous months. The entries will range from the surprises that made you gasp, to bad ass moments, weird happenings, big returns, and sometimes entries that are just beautiful. We try our best, but it’s near impossible

Dream Team: A JUSTICE SOCIETY Perfect for Fighting Nazis — In 2016 [Part 2]

Ugh. If only Nazis could be relegated to old movie serials and alternative historical fiction. But with hate crimes at their highest level in America since 9/11 and the alt-right (white supremacists and Neo-Nazis) intimately involved in the building of the next Presidential cabinet, the arrival of a new Justice Society of America — formed

Dream Team: A JUSTICE SOCIETY Perfect for Fighting Nazis — In 2016 [Part 1]

Well, it seems like we’ve been here before. It was only a few short years ago I was wondering if having the origin of the Justice Society of America placed in World War II fighting the Nazi regime was still pertinent enough for today’s reader. I wish the answer had been no. With hate crimes

…And Now, A Haiku: MS. MARVEL #13

…And Now, A Haiku features a haiku poem inspired by a comic released each week. Some will be silly, some will be serious…all will be haiku. This week, the subject is Ms. Marvel #13 by G. Willow Wilson, Mirka Andolfo and Ian Herring. *SPOILER WARNING – THIS HAIKU MAY CONTAINS SPOILERS ABOUT THE CONTENTS OF

Comicosity’s 2016 Gift Guide

The Holidays are in full swing and, chances are, you’ve got a comic reader on the to-buy-for list somewhere. With that in mind, we compiled a list of some of the best comic book collections and original graphic novels that came out in 2016 that’ll tick all the right boxes for the person that is

7 Reasons We Need More HAWKGIRL by Erica Schultz and Sonny Liew

This week saw the release of DC Comics’ New Talent Showcase #1, representing the work of writers from DC’s Writers Workshop Pilot Program, a 13-week program held January through March 2016, for professionals from an array of writing backgrounds who were brand new to DC. Nine stories, all well-executed, filled out the pages of this oversized book,

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