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Fire and Suicide: The Legacy of THE DARK PHOENIX SAGA

Fire and Suicide: The Legacy of THE DARK PHOENIX SAGA

Eleven is going to kill herself at the end of Stranger Things. Bold claim, I know. Especially since I don’t know how many seasons are left, nor have I uncovered any insider information in the coffee shop I’m sitting in. But listen, Eleven, Mike, and the rest of the gang are going to come up

Transmyscira: The X-Ploitation of Trans Death in UNCANNY X-MEN

Here we are again. There’s been another violent trans panic sequence in a major comic. This time it ends in murder and comes gift wrapped in the mutant metaphor. In Uncanny X-Men #17, Rahne Sinclair’s death is portrayed at the hands of a bunch of bros who harass her while sitting alone on a park

Comic Love: Being a New Fan and Reading Kamala Khan

“Sana [Amanat] and I initially had very modest expectations for this book. Our goal was to get to ten issues. It was going to be a fun side project—a young adult Muslim super hero! At Marvel!—that would have the lifespan of fun side projects. I budgeted a year for it. But by the time the

Health and Inclusivity: Jeremy Whitley on Representing Mental Illness

Nadia van Dyne’s exploits as the latest Wasp have created an all-new, all-different legacy for the Marvel Universe. From adventures with the Avengers to scouring the world for new Agents of G.I.R.L., an organization designed to specifically find, support, and highlight the work of genius women all over, she has added a quirkiness befitting of

Health and Inclusivity: CAPTAIN MARVEL and a Marvelous Recovery

With Captain Marvel hitting the silver screen, I’m beside myself with happiness — though there’s something about her that’s been in the back of my mind for a while. Carol’s relationship with substance abuse and recovery has always been huge to me. She stands as an example of what it takes to challenge that kind

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

Review: JOURNEY INTO UNKNOWN WORLDS #1

JOURNEY INTO UNKNOWN WORLDS #1 Written by Cullen Bunn and Clay McLeod Chapman Art by Guillermo Sanna, Francesco Manna, Lee Loughridge, Travis Lanham Edited by Devin Lewis Published by Marvel Comics Release Date January 30, 2019 From their earliest days, science fiction and otherworldly concepts have been a major influence and theme within comics. Concepts

Exclusive Preview: SHURI #4

Marvel Comics has given Comicosity exclusive access to preview pages from Shuri #4! Check ’em out below! SHURI #4 Written by Nnedi Okorafor Art by Leonardo Romero, Jordie Bellaire Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: January 23, 2019 WHEN THE POWER GOES OUT IN WAKANDA…Shuri’s returned from her space adventure with Rocket and Groot —

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