Ink Ladies: The Immortal Horror of Mermaid Saga

Comic books have long been considered a male-dominated industry, though they in fact have a rich and diverse history of female writers and artists. Our own Kayleigh Hearn will examine the works of female comic creators in superhero comics, indie favorites, manga, and any undiscovered gems or Read More …

Ink Ladies: The Deranged Beauty of Sakuran

Comic books have long been considered a male-dominated industry, though they in fact have a rich and diverse history of female writers and artists. Our own Kayleigh Hearn will examine the works of female comic creators in superhero comics, indie favorites, manga, and any undiscovered Read More …

The Endless Waltz Gets New Moves in Mobile Suit Gundam: The Origin

by Adam Pelta-Pauls My first exposure to Gundam was probably similar to many of yours, as a child of the early 90s. I sat down to watch Toonami after school one day, and suddenly found myself involved in the lives of five ostensibly-international teenagers, each Read More …

Fist Pumped: A Review of Viz’s One-Punch Man

By Jason Urbanciz  Sometimes when you parody something, the end result is so good that it becomes what it’s making fun of. In that regard, Viz’s One-Punch Man serves as a perfect simultaneous send up/shining example of superhero comics. I should clarify that this is Read More …