A very nice comic explaining what mansplaining is, in case a man cannot believe that this is a thing that exists in the world. And no, there is no similar femsplaining (culturally speaking).
Last week, Marvel unveiled a line of Black Panther character posters that snatched the souls out of every living melanated human being. Black Panther (1966) was the first black superhero in mainstream American comics, later followed by characters such as Luke Cage (1972) and Black Lightning (1977).
Still talking ‘toons. I was going to rustle up some cartoon cats. Except I got a little distracted along the way. Back on tack, almost. Thinking cats, but I’m starting with a mouse.
Okay, so you’re probably going, “Is this, like, another Clueless tie-in or what?” But seriously, it’s actually a way normal way to continue the iconic ‘90s film. That’s right, Clueless is getting a comic book sequel. No buggin’.
Atlanta artist Cory Thomas illustrates the strange new reality of everyday life after Trump's victory.
The series is called World of Wakanda and it appears to be an anthology comic. (Each arc will have a different creative team, it looks like.)
(SEXUAL ASSAULT TRIGGER WARNING)
Wonder Woman Batman v. Superman is out next week. I’ve been reading and re-reading some things. I thought I’d make a post recommending a few Wonder Woman stories, if anyone’s interested.
I like this one below as well.
From New Avengers #47, in which Luke Cage is trying to bond with baby Danielle:
It’s amazing that anyone would ever dismiss Wonder Woman. She’s a better fighter than Superman, and more powerful than 99.9 of most other DC characters... and she’s got the fight card to prove it. Besides all the villains she’s defeated, here are some of the fellow superheroes she’s had occasion to trounce.
It comes out this Wednesday and I am so excite!
Even with a host of new comics coming from Marvel lately, Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur sounds like one of the most interesting (and adorable). To find out more, we sat down with writers Brandon Montclare and Amy Reeder to discuss how they and artist Natacha Bustos brought back a classic Jack Kirby creation—with a…
There have been rumors of Bryan K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s hit Vertigo comic series Y: The Last Man getting a movie for ages, but it’s been stuck in development hell for years. Now, however, it appears the show will finally be getting its much0anticipated live-action adaptation—except now it’ll be on TV.
[crashes through the window]