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[UPDATED] A Brief Timeline of Harassment and Sexual Assault in the Comics Industry

A timeline of sexual harassment and assault in the comics industry is lamentably challenging to truncate, but a girl can try.

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The Umbrella Academy Is Coming to Netflix, and I Can’t Wait For This Glorious Weirdness and These Female Characters

You might know Gerard Way as a musician dude, but I will always think of him as a comic book guy. Before he was put in charge of the DC imprint, DC Young Animal, he was writing wonderfully creative and off-the-wall comics for Dark Horse like The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys and the always amazing The Umbrella Academy, which is one of my all-time faves. Netflix, who has really leaned into doing weird stuff well, is now adapting Umbrella Academy for TV. Rejoice!

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A Dark Horse With Faith: An Open Letter from a Bad Fan

People are still into Faith, Dark Horse. So, why do all of these fans still care about this character 20 years later? And does it matter if the numbers show these fans won’t buy the comic book?

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Exclusive: Get to Know Dark Horse Comics’ Henchgirl, And Check Out Her ECCC Exclusive Cover

Lots of people aren't thrilled with their current employment, but compared to working for a supervillain? Well, let's just say you probably have it easier than you think. This month, Dark Horse Comics will be releasing the trade paperback of Henchgirl, which will be introduced and available to fans in advance of its release at Emerald City Comic Con this weekend, and they've given us an exclusive first look at the cover of the trade after the jump!

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Karen Berger Launches Berger Books Imprint at Dark Horse

Karen Berger, the legendary former executive editor of DC's Vertigo imprint, will oversee her own imprint at Dark Horse Comics.

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Things We Saw Today: New Legend of Korra Comic Picks Up Where TV Series Left Off

The Legend of Korra: Turf Wars will be the official continuation of the series, and it begins with Korra and Asami returning to Republic City after their visit in the spirit world.

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Slay, Girl! Lady Killer Is Back and Bloody Awesome

Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of (wo)men?

Murder never looked so classy. In the debut issue of the second Lady Killer series, Josie, our flawlessly coiffed anti-heroine, is taking a stab at entrepreneurial assassinations. In addition to the struggles of improvising on the fly after a particularly messy hit, Josie has to deal with a mother in law who’s wise to her real job and wants nothing more than to get her son and grandchildren away from Josie’s perfectly manicured clutches.

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The World Needs More Comics: Overwatch Comic Coming in 2017

If you, like me, can't seem to get enough of the story and world behind Blizzard's shooter, Overwatch, then brace yourselves. We're about to get everything we've been looking for.

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Things We Saw Today: Rogue One Reveals the First Jyn Action Figure at the “Star Wars Celebration”

"Where's Jyn" will definitely not become a hashtag campaign following the release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

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Exclusive Preview & Interview: Kate Leth on Her New Comic, Spell on Wheels

Hey, folks! We're super excited to share with you today an exclusive preview of Spell on Wheels, a brand new comic from Kate Leth, Megan Levens, and Marissa Louise.

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Pull Wisely: Monstress #4, Black Canary #9, Captain Marvel #3, and More!

Hey there, comics fans! Welcome to this week's Pull Wisely! This week we’re featuring picks from the TMS Pull Wisely team Maddy Myers, Jessica Lachenal, and yours truly, Teresa Jusino. There are some awesome, female-centric titles out this week that we're super-excited about. So, without further ado, here are our top ten comic picks of the week!

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All-New All-Different Pull Wisely: Weirdworld #1

It’s my turn again here at Pull Wisely, and this week my spotlight review is of Marvel Comics' newest (and weirdest!) ongoing comic, Weirdworld #1. Get ready for epic high-fantasy adventures, a witty banter factor of a bajillion, and two nuanced female protagonists. I know, right? Two female leads in one book? Madness!

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All-New All-Different Pull Wisely: Mystery Girl #1

In the latest episode of Pull Wisely, I take a look at Mystery Girl, a new series from Dark Horse. After the video transcript, scroll onward for my Top 5 comic book recommendations of the week, as per usual!

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Get Into Some New Comics Today With ComiXology’s Huge Cyber Monday Sale

Picking a jumping-on point for comics can be confusing enough, and then there's the task of actually buying those books. Today, ComiXology is here to help you with the second part of that equation with Cyber Monday sales an all DC and Vertigo comics and more!

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Things We Saw Today: New Webseries Typecatting Focuses on Species Disparity in Hollywood

It's really hard being an attractive cat in Tinseltown! No one wants to hear your opinions, thinks you're smart, or wants you to trade on anything other than your cute looks. Gizmo, the star of the upcoming webseries, Typecatting, totally gets it. Check out the trailer above.

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All-New All-Different Pull Wisely: Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor #1

The Eighth Doctor has arrived in comic form with an all-new companion!

It's my turn again here at Pull Wisely, and this week my spotlight review if of Titan Comics' introduction to the Eighth Doctor. That's right! The Eighth Doctor is coming to comics in Doctor Who: The Eighth Doctor #1 in a story called "The Pictures of Josephine Day." As always, first video transcript, then my Top Five recommendations for the week. Aaaaaaaaand, go!

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Interview: Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon Team Up on Dark Horse’s Latest Graphic Novel, Two Brothers

Gabriel Ba and Fabio Moon are two of the most creative artists in comics right now. I had the chance to speak with them in an exclusive interview for TMS, and we talked about their relationship growing up as twin brothers in Brazil, why they chose an adaptation as their latest project, and why mainstream superheroes aren't exactly their thing. There's even a tiny update for Umbrella Academy fans!

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All-New All-Different Pull Wisely: Jem and the Holograms, Volume 1: Showtime

What are you waiting for? Get on the Jem train!

Welcome to the new Pull Wisely, TMS’ video comic review series! Join me as I go in-depth into a new comic.

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Exclusive: Dark Horse Announces New Buffy Graphic Novel at NYCC; We Interview Writer Faith Erin Hicks

If you're at New York Comic Con today, you may have already heard the news, but for those who missed it, Dark Horse Comics will be taking us back to Buffy's high school years in a new, original graphic novel called Buffy: The High School Years - Freaks and Geeks, written by Faith Erin Hicks with art by Yishan Li.  Dark Horse has given us an exclusive first look at some of the artwork from the new book, as well as an exclusive interview with Hicks!

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Dark Horse Comics and Scott Allie Release Statements About Harassment Accusations

Dark Horse Comics and Scott Allie have both released statements about recent harassment allegations, but it's still unclear how much they're actually listening.

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