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TRADE WAITING: Week of February 10, 2016

TRADE WAITING: Week of February 10, 2016

Welcome back my fellow TRADE WAITERS! It’s another Monday, which means another look at the week’s hottest trade paperbacks, collected editions, and graphic novels in this edition of “Trade Waiting” – your weekly spotlight of five noteworthy comic book collections that are being released this coming Wednesday and why you should watch out for them!

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First Look: MOCKINGBIRD #1

New York, NY—February 8th, 2016 — Spinning out of the smash-hit sold out SHIELD 50th Anniversary Special comes her very first ongoing series! Today, Marvel is pleased to present your first look inside MOCKINGBIRD #1 – from New York Times bestselling author Chelsea Cain and Marvel newcomer Kate Niemczyk! Bobbi Morse. Codename: Mockingbird. S.H.I.E.L.D.’s most

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Representation and Health 101: BLACK PANTHER T’Challa

Welcome to the next installment of the Representation and Health Black History Spectacular! Today’s focus is someone I don’t think I could’ve left off the list, though I honestly came close. Yet, my awesome friend Ty (@TyDugganWrites) encouraged me to write from my personal relationship with Black Panther and what he represents but also what

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…And Now, A Haiku: THE VISION #4

…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 THE VISION #4 by Tom King, Gabriel Hernandez Walta and Jordie Bellaire. *SPOILER WARNING – THIS HAIKU CONTAINS SPOILERS ABOUT THE CONTENTS OF THE VISION #4* The

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Representation and Health 101: FRENZY Joanna Cargill

In continuation of the Representation and Health Black History Spectacular, today’s article is going to focus on a mutant I find very intriguing. My first contact with Frenzy was around the time of Utopia, as she and another mutant, Nekra, were attacked by then-Ms. Marvel Karla Sofen, aka Moonstone. What I liked about Frenzy was

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