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Exclusive Preview: Thor Vs. Hulk: Champions of the Universe #6, Feat. a Valkyrie-Esque New Character

Meet the Promotor, Marvel's newest female character who seems just a bit inspired by Tessa Thompson's genius performance as Valkyrie in Thor: Ragnarok.

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DC Comics Has Fired Eddie Berganza, But His Enablers are Still Around

After suspending alleged serial harasser and Group Editor Eddie Berganza yesterday, Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment have announced their decision to terminate his employment.

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DC Comics Finally Suspends Eddie Berganza for Sexual Harassment Allegations They’ve Known About for 7 Years

Progress?

Though they've known about the sexual harassment allegations against Eddie Berganza since at least 2010, DC Comics has finally suspended him after a 2017 Buzzfeed News report. Progress?

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Buzzfeed News Reminds Us: Eddie Berganza Is Still A Group Editor at DC Comics, Still Serially Harassed Women

Three women told Buzzfeed News how DC Comics' Eddie Berganza sexually harassed or assaulted them, and five people (including two of those women) say that they reported his behavior to DC management. But DC has known about Berganza for a while now, and they repeatedly chose him over the women he allegedly harassed.

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Jessica Jones, Miles Morales Co-Creator Brian Michael Bendis Moving to DC Comics

Writer and artist Brian Michael Bendis had a major hand in some of the best things Marvel comics have done recently—including the introduction of Jessica Jones and Miles Morales as Spider-Man—so people were understandably taken by surprise today, when it was revealed that he'd be heading over to work for DC Comics.

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Known Abuser Scott Allie Will Provide “Oversight” on Image Comics’ Las Vegas Shooting Benefit Anthology

Despite numerous allegations of abusive behavior, Scott Allie was brought in to provide "oversight" on Where We Live, a Las Vegas shooting benefit anthology.

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From Bewitched to Hellfire: The Evolution of Sabrina the Teenage Witch

Older than Bewitched, Sabrina the Teenage Witch has been a part of the pop culture identity of a witch for over fifty years. 

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Quiet Girl in a Noisy World: An Introvert’s Story by Debbie Tung

4 out of 5 Stars

Being an introvert is often depicted in the media as being quirky, fun, and a sign of a deeper intellect, but what is illustrated (haha) very well in Debbie Tung’s collection of comic strips is that being an introvert is also about having to tackle the everyday anxieties going on inside of your own head.

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John Leguizamo Right About Representation, Wrong About the Complete Lack of Latinx Comics Heroes

As a Latina, I always feel a special kind of pride whenever I see a Latinx hero pop up on the pages of my favorite comics. Though, to hear John Leguizamo tell it, there are none, which has me a little confused.

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Interview: Cartoonist Abby Howard Makes Dinosaurs Cooler Than Ever

While Abby Howard hasn't traveled through time like the stars of her new graphic novel, Dinosaur Empire!, that's not to say she hasn't had a few adventures herself.

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The Power of Female Voices is Highlighted in Pashmina by Nidhi Chanani

Priyanka Das has so many unanswered questions: Why did her mother abandon her home in India years ago? What was it like there? And most importantly, who is her father, and why did her mom leave him behind? But Pri’s mom avoids these questions—the topic of India is permanently closed.

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Spinning by Tillie Walden Is a Reminder of the Queer Narratives We Need

In Tillie Walden’s graphic memoir, it recounts the ten years of her life in which her mornings and nights were consumed by competitive figure skating. Initially, the structure, the intensity, and the competition are things that give Tillie comfort, a steadiness until her family decided to move from New Jersey to Texas. It is there that Tillie’s world begins to change and the routines she's set up for herself slowly fade away and the emotional needs she requires are more than ice-skating can give

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Marvel Cancels NYCC Event With Northrop Grumman, But This Isn’t Comics’ First Queasy Alliance With the Military-Industrial Complex

After backlash from fans, Marvel has cancelled an all-ages comic promoting the defense contractor Northrop Grumman. However, this partnership is just one piece of comics' long history with the military-industrial complex.

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Things We Saw Today: For Marvel Editor Sana Amanat, Ms. Marvel Is Very Personal

As part of their 25th Anniversary celebration, SYFY released a 15-part podcast series called SYFY25: Origin Stories, hosted by Adam Savage (Mythbusters). It serves as a nostalgic celebration of all things science fiction and features notable females ruling the sci-fi world such as Sana Amanat.

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Justice League Variant Covers Show Us Wonder Woman and The Flash in Action, but Did They Have to Draw Diana Like That?

In November, DC Comics will begin publishing cinematic variant covers attached to existing titles, in the hopes that fans will want to collect 'em all. Now they've released two featuring battle-ready Diana Prince and Barry Allen. We have some compliments and some concerns.

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DC Comics Is Receiving an Award for Their Depiction of LGBTQIA Characters, but There’s Still a Lot of Work to Do

The Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Entertainment Network (GLSEN) announced that they're awarding this year's Visionary Award to DC Comics, citing the publisher's "commitment to showcasing diverse storylines."

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Queer, Black, and Female Creators Lead the 2017 Ignatz Awards

Emil Ferris took home two awards, Elements: Fire – An Anthology by Creators of Color won Outstanding Anthology, Jess Fink's Chester 5000 was awarded Outstanding Series, and Ben Passmore's "Your Black Friend" won Outstanding Comic.

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IDW Actually Considering Taking Action Against Writer…Based On the Whims of Right-Wing Harassers

You know what's hilarious? People who argue that their racist, sexist, and homophobic views are "free speech" and should totally be tolerated, only to whine and complain when someone expresses an actual opinion (racism, sexism, and homophobia are not defensible "opinions," they are hatred) they don't like. Suddenly, it's okay to be offended. So long as you're not the member of an actually marginalized group.

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Review: Spiritus #2 Takes You on an Escape From a Prison for the Mind

Corporal punishment only exacts its retribution as long as the body and consciousness remain coupled to receive it. When corporal becomes capital punishment, the body expires, and the mind is freed from its physical constraints (give or take certain theological beliefs, of course). But in the world of Spiritus, the justice system has found a way to close this loophole.

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BOOM! Studios Delivers the Nuanced Female Characters of Our Dreams in Jane and Jonesy

Tomorrow, you'll be able to find two amazing examples of what BOOM! Studios has to offer in the way of nuanced female characters.

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