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Review: GRAYSON #2

GRAYSON #2 Written by Tim Seeley and Tom King Art by Mikel Janin and Jeromy Cox Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 6, 2014 We see a little bit more of the world Spyral inhabits as Dick Grayson settles in at St. Hadrian’s Finishing School, England’s premier training ground for spies and Batwomen, among...

Review: STORMWATCH #30

STORMWATCH #30 Written by Sterling Gates Art by Jeremy Roberts Published by DC Comics Release Date: April 2, 2014 It’s a brand new beginning for the world’s most secret super-hero team, as the members of Stormwatch refocus and prepare for their next set of adventures! The group that launched the title into the New 52...

Transmycira: thank u, nextwave

Now that we’ve conclusively left 2018, the longest year in recorded human history, the passage of time feels more febrile than perhaps ever before. Anything before 2018 feels like an eternity, but 2006 — the year Warren Ellis and Stuart Immonen’s nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. debuted — is difficult to metabolize as being over a...

Transmyscira: It’s 2017 and Gender Trungles

Picking a best artist at the end of a given year is probably the most irksome category, because the wild diversity of styles and methods of cartooning — honed for specific, wildly varying purposes — is the lifeblood of the medium. Even if you want to laser in on who draws the best fight scenes,...

Interview: Benjamin Percy Makes Waves with AQUALAD and the TEEN TITANS

The wait is over. In this week’s Teen Titans, we’re finally reintroduced to Jackson Hyde, Aqualad of Young Justice fame — but will the Titans welcome him with open arms? Here to give us a little preview of what’s to come is series writer Benjamin Percy, who shares his thoughts on why Aqualad waited for...

Franklin, St-Onge & San Kickstart BINGO LOVE

New York, NY—March 15th, 2017 — An encounter in a church bingo hall in 1963 begins the lifelong romance in Bingo Love, a graphic novel by writer Tee “Vixen” Franklin (Love is Love), artist Jenn St-Onge (Jem and The Misfits), colorist Joy San (Rumble for Toronto Comix), and letterer Cardinal Rae (DC, Image, Papercutz), to...

Let Our Voices Ring: Blackness in the Comics Industry

In honor of Black History Month, I wanted to focus in on the Blackness of the comics industry. As of late, we’re getting stories and events that are both socially relevant and a direct mirror of what’s happening outside. From Nighthawk fighting corrupt Chicago policemen to Captain America: Sam Wilson (as he’s now known) defending...

Best Of 2016: Series

The year is winding to a close, which got us to thinking… what were the best comics of the year? The Comicosity staff has gathered and submitted their top picks of 2016, today being Best Series: Allen Thomas THE BACKSTAGERS James Tynion IV, Rian Sygh, Walter Baiamonte – BOOM! Studios In a world where we discuss...

Another Year of the Queer: DC Comics in 2016

Let’s be frank. I didn’t really think after an explosion of queer characters at DC Comics in 2015 that we’d be back here to do it all over again. DC You seemed designed to highlight marginalized characters in a way Rebirth didn’t when it rolled out in mid-2016. And yet… Even with the reduction of...

Representation and Health 101: Returning

It’s time for a new Representation and Health 101! I took a break from writing for longer than I expected, and sometimes I feel it was longer than I should have. Yet, I also recognized the intense difficulty at getting words out, at being able to express myself in a way I felt was any...

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