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Review: JEM AND THE HOLOGRAMS #6

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

HERoes: Kelly Thompson

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. Kelly Thompson is an institution in the comic book blogging and podcasting community. Within the last

HOT FIVE: Week of March 25, 2015

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 for the week in the comic market!

THE HANGOUT featuring Kelly Thompson: February 9, 2015

It’s “Showtime, Synergy!” with the writer of the new IDW comic Jem and the Holograms, Kelly Thompson. Kelly talks about bursting onto the main comics scene with Jem, the smart female characters she’d loved to write one day, her favorite genre’s and the comic series she thinks everyone should be reading (besides Jem.) You can still add Jem and the

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