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Review: ELEKTRA #1

ELEKTRA #1 Written by W. Haden Blackman Art by Michael del Mundo and Marco D’Alfonso Published by Marvel Comics Release date: April 22, 2014 Take everything you’ve ever known about Elektra, hold it close to your heart then be prepared to weave it through a sci-fiction-pulp inspired tapestry. The ninja-trained assassin is looking for a little bit

Marc Andreyko takes the reigns on BATWOMAN

After a surprising departure from the previous creative team, DC Comics has announced the new writer on BATWOMAN, beginning with November’s #25. Comicosity does not as yet have the updated solicitation copy for that inaugural issue, but the correct solicitation for December’s Batwoman #26 is as follows: BATWOMAN #26 Written by Marc Andreyko Art by

Crisis of Epic Proportion: Is Batwoman the Marrying Kind?

Two weeks ago and for the first time in over eight years, the government of the United States, my home nation, recognized my marriage. My husband and I are now considered legally wed, with all rights, responsibilities, and privileges — for better or for worse — as any other married couple would be, opposite or

Review: BATWOMAN #21

BATWOMAN #21 Written by J.H. Williams and W. Haden Blackman Art by Francesco Francavilla and Todd Klein Release Date: June 19, 2013 Batwoman reaches its third interlude (following similar stories from #0 and #15), this time focusing on Killer Croc in the aftermath of his transformation by Medusa in the last story arc. Waylon Jones,

Interview: BATWOMAN and LGBT Visibility with J. H. Williams III

J. H. Williams III (Promethea, Detective Comics, Batwoman) has in essence become a comic book legend. A three-time Eisner Award winner, critics and audiences continuously praise his artwork which has been described as positively gorgeous. He is also the recipient of the 2012 GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comic Book for his work on Batwoman

Outstanding Comics Nominated for 2012 GLAAD Awards

Nominees for the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards have been announced and include those for Outstanding Comic Books. The GLAAD Media Awards celebrate outstanding representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community and our allies on TV, in film, and in the news. These are the images and stories that bring us closer

TRADE WAITING: Week of January 16, 2013

Mwuh-ha-ha-ha! I have deposed Editor-in-Chief Aaron Long (he might or might not be tied down to a train track as you read this.) and taken over TRADE WAITING for this week. Check out the five hottest collected editions being released on January 16, 2013, while I continue to gleefully twirl my moustache: FABLES Volume 18:

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