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Transmyscira: JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #12

Transmyscira: JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #12

JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #12 Written by Kelly Thompson Art by Sophie Campbell and M. Victoria Robado Published by IDW Publishing Release Date: February 24, 2016 In an issue that held all the promise of a blazing fire being ignited, nothing seems to spark. The issue opens with the Holograms fully Dark Jem-ified, sporting intriguing

Representation and Health 101: SHANA of the Holograms

It’s time to feel the groove in a new Representation and Health Black History Spectacular column! Today’s focus is a character who existed long before her comic. However, upon her return with her famous friends, many people, including myself were excited. She exemplifies Black people as dynamic individuals and helps to dash some stereotypical notions

Transmyscira: JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #11

JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #11 Written by Kelly Thompson Art by Sophie Campbell and M. Victoria Robado Published by IDW Publishing Release Date: January 27, 2016 Sophie Campbell returns to art duties at Jerrica hears :wumpscut: for the first time as the Dark Jem arc kicks off! With Pizzazz recovering from her car accident and

Review: JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS HOLIDAY SPECIAL

  JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS HOLIDAY SPECIAL Written By Kelly Thompson Art by Amy Mebberson & M. Victoria Robado Published by IDW Publishing Release Date: December 16, 2015 The Misfits may be frightful, but the Holograms are surely delightful. It’s Secret Santa time and guess who has to give each other gifts? The Holograms and

Representation and Health 101: I’m Every Woman

In almost every facet of media, we have been moving beyond portraying women primarily as homemakers or damsels in distress. Yet, we are still facing significant issues with how women are represented, who represents them, and how their narratives progress. There’s so much value in portraying women in the varied ways they show up, rather

Review: JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #6

JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #6 Written by Kelly Thompson Art by Sophie Campbell and M. Victoria Robado Published by IDW Publishing Release Date: September 2, 2015 Ejected from the competition against the Misfits, the Holograms have a choice to make: crumble or rise to the challenge. Meanwhile, things fall apart between Kimber and Stormer, and

We’re Here and We’re Queer: 35 Indie Titles Doing Right by LGBTA Fans

It’s been a very challenging week for LGBT comic fans. Without any visible LGBT leads for their All-New All-Different relaunch in the fall, Marvel Comics has given its queer fans a lot to think about. This concern crescendoed with the stone cold declaration that a character who had been identified as bisexual by previous writer

HERoes: Sophie Campbell

We get a chance to have a pressure free conversation about comics with women who are creators in the comics community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the comic fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes.   Sophie Campbell is a comic writer and artist known for her indie comics Wet Moon and

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