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Before Rebirth: 20 Quintessential New 52 Series [11-15]

Before Rebirth: 20 Quintessential New 52 Series [11-15]

Come Saturday morning, all will be revealed about DC Comics’ new plan for their main hero universe with the live streamed #Rebirth announcements at Wonder Con at 9am PT. The New 52 had its ups and downs, but before it can all be reborn, let’s look back at the best of the best over the

PC EXPLOSION: 12 Characters Diversifying Bookshelves This Week

It’s unavoidable. You look back at the 1940s, 50s, and 60s in comics, and the super-heroes all… look the same. Sure, costumes vary and powers are different, but all-in-all, most heroes were pretty much universally white, straight, and male, even though the world was as diverse then — in color, gender, and sexuality — as

Transmyscira: CATWOMAN #48

CATWOMAN #28 Written by Frank Tieri Art by Inaki Miranda and Eva De La Cruz Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 13, 2016 “Just when I thought I was out.. they pull me back in again,” immortal words delivered by Al Pacino, Jason Alexander, and after this issue, probably Selina Kyle as well. Two

Best of 2015: 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 2015, today being Best Series: Alison Baker The Wicked + The Divine Written by Kieron Gillen Art by Jamie McKelvie and Matt Wilson Published by

HOLY $#*!: Wild Moments In 2015

Some moments are just big. There are pages and panels in comics that just about make you drop the issue or tablet and blurt out “Holy Shit”. In honour of those big, crazy, moments, we’ve created this article highlighting ten events in comics that left us speechless and/or dropping profanities this year. There are HUGE

Year of the Queer: DC Comics in 2015

2015 has been a big year for queer representation in comics. We’ve seen an explosion of LGBT protagonists in the indie market. We’ve seen some amazing firsts pop up for the community at large. We’ve watched as many publishers embraced gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender characters, just as one big name publisher has chosen to

My Bloody Valentine: A Year in the Life of CATWOMAN

Personally, the more I read from powerful women, the more I think that no one ever thinks powerful women can succeed, and often even in the aftermath their stories get reshaped by the voices of others – primarily men – which makes it very hard to determine what, exactly, you’re living up to. In that

Review: CATWOMAN #45

CATWOMAN #45 Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by David Messina, Gaetano Carlucci, and Lee Loughridge Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 14, 2015 Roles are reversed as Eiko takes control of her family’s leadership and leaves her life as Catwoman behind. Only one loose end remains… the man who killed her father, the Black

Representation and Health 101: Not Just Same Love

Northstar and Kyle. Grace and Anissa. Karolina and Xavin. Sometimes comics gets things right and these three couples are some good examples. Representation of sexual orientation in comics is still pretty sparse, but we have some shining examples of how to show love between people who aren’t heterosexual. There are also some significant strides to