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…And Now, A Haiku: DETECTIVE COMICS #951

…And Now, A Haiku: DETECTIVE COMICS #951

…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 Detective Comics #951 by James Tynion IV, Christian Duce and Alex Sinclair. *SPOILER WARNING – THIS HAIKU MAY CONTAINS SPOILERS ABOUT THE CONTENTS OF DETECTIVE COMICS

WAITING FOR DOOM Episode 84: Zigging Instead Of Zagging

Grimacing faces! Misproportioned bodies! Giant mountain men! Sexy ladies who are  feeling the cold! That’s right gang it’s time for more Doom Force with Mike and Paul! Wait, Doom Force?? Down on Derington Way – 7:04 Doom Clock – 11:20 Doomsplaining – 15:16 – This week we look a special one-shot that was released after the shocking

Representation and Health 101: Jory from THE BACKSTAGERS

It’s Representation and Health 101 Time! Last year, I did an entire month of articles about black characters and issues in comics, but there’s no way in hell I have the energy for that again (maybe next year!). However, I wanted to pick someone I thought represented an important part of black liberation and the

HOT FIVE: Week Of February 22, 2017

Welcome to Comicosity’s Hot Five. Hot Five is a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list is your guaranteed gold in the comic market. THE BELFRY Written

Interview: Visaggio and Donovan Are Go with QUANTUM TEENS ARE GO

Black Mask Studio continues to grind out high quality and interesting creator-owned work that challenged their reader’s perceptions — and Quantum Teens are GO is no exception. The second title from writer Magdalene Vissaggio, Quantum Teens follows Nat and Susmesh through the adventure of their lives. We sat down with Visaggio and artist Eryk Donovan

TRANSMET: Human Reaction and Criminal Enterprise #5

I want to talk about […] what it’s going to feel like to live through the next ten years. It does not feel like progress. However, it does not feel like conservatism either. There’s neither progress nor conservatism, because there’s nothing left to conserve and no direction in which to progress. – Bruce Sterling,  “Reboot

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