Author Archives: Jessica Boyd

Comic Love: PRINCELESS and Loving It

Comic Love: PRINCELESS and Loving It

It’s hard to write about Princeless and not sound like a broken record. Countless others have been heaping praise on this series for years. Strong girls and women driving the story, LGBTQ representation, parody of gender roles in society and the important representation it provides in comics are all reason so many sing its praises.


DOCTOR WHO: TWELFTH DOCTOR YEAR THREE #7 Written by Richard Dinnick Art by Brian Williamson, Marcelo Salaza, Edu Menna, Hi-Fi, Richard Starkings & Jimmy Betancourt Published by Titan Comics Release date: September 27, 2017 From the very first page, this issue is trying to make every Doctor Who fan burst into tears. The Doctor has

Interview: Scott, Mann & Abadzis Talk DOCTOR WHO: THE LOST DIMENSION

Do you miss Bill Potts? Captain Jack Harkness? The Tenth Doctor? Perhaps you’re already weeping about the loss of Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor (no you cannot have my tissues, I need them.) if so, then Titan Comics has had the answer for you these last few years with their Doctor Who comic book line. Once

Review: SHEENA #0

SHEENA #0 Written by Marguerite Bennett and Christina Trujillo Art by Moritat, Andre Szymanowicz, Thomas Napolitano Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release date: August 16, 2016 Cover price: $0.25 Dynamite’s refreshing character in the Swords of Sorrow crossover is having her own series relaunched. Drones and Sheena collide in this short opening. A combination of inner monologue

Mom’s Cover Watch: GOTHAM ACADEMY from Beginning to End

It’s been awhile, friends. But what better reason to resurrect this column — for ONE NIGHT ONLY — than to celebrate one of DC Comics’ most special titles, Gotham Academy. Tomorrow sees the final issue of the series, and we at Comicosity want to see it out with a bang. We love what you gave

Interview: CAPTAIN PHASMA’S Journey with Kelly Thompson

With Star Wars: The Last Jedi coming out this holiday season, fans are getting a chance to learn more about their favorite sequel characters. On the comics front, superstar writer Kelly Thompson (A-Force, Hawkeye) is getting a chance, along with artist Marco Checchetto, to show fans just how First Order badass Captain Phasma escaped from the


FAITH AND THE FUTURE FORCE #1 Written by, Jody Houser Art by Stephen Segovia, Barry Kitson, Ulises Arreola, and Dave Sharpe Published by Valiant Entertainment Release date: July 26, 2017 There is some bootstrap paradox hijinks that ensue in the life of nerd reference queen, Faith Herbert. After the last arc, Faith was left unable