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Amazon Is Adapting the Kickass Anti-Fridging Refrigerator Monologues

Amazon has a new series in the works that aims to take on one of our least favorite tropes in existence: fridging.

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Marvel Artist and Spider-Woman Co-Creator Marie Severin Has Passed Away at 89

RIP Marie.

Marie Severin, an iconic Marvel artist and colorist, has passed away at 89.

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Elsa Charretier’s Superpowered Superfreaks Comics Will Hit You in All Your Teen-Angsty Feels

If you're a sucker for teen superhero teams like I am, there's a new book out there from that bastion of all things comics on the internet. ComiXology Originals has released a new limited series called Superfreaks from writers Elsa Charretier and Pierrick Colinet and artist Margaux Saltel. To mark the series' third issue, ComiXology has provided us with a peek at some of its interior pages. Have a looksee after the jump!

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Elizabeth Olsen Is Right: It’s Time for Scarlet Witch to Ditch the Corset

Scarlet Witch's fighting style is largely limited to waving her arms at things, but a low-slung corset still isn't the most realistic outfit for entering battle. And, really, if Olsen feels uncomfortable in the Scarlet Witch corset–especially three movies in–that should be reason enough to change it up.

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AfterShock Comics Makes Its First Editorial Hire, Snagging Marvel’s Christina Harrington

I've been slowly falling in love with AfterShock Comics, which has proven itself as a formidable force in indie comics, attracting quality talent and giving some of my favorite female creators the space to create extraordinary creator-owned work that's outside the scope of what they'd usually do for the Big Two. Now, they've hired Christina Harrington as their new managing editor to further grow the publisher.

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Exclusive: Women’s History Month Comic and Brief Q&A With Lucy Knisley

We continue our showcase of speaking with female cartoonists and illustrators for Women's History Month with Lucy Knisley, author of French Milk and Relish

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The 13th Doctor’s Adventures Comes to Titan Comics This Fall, Delivered by an All-Female Creative Team

What's even better than Doctor Who's first female Doctor gracing our TV screens this year? The first female Doctor gracing our lives in multiple mediums. Titan Comics has announced that, to coincide with the 13th Doctor's debut on television this fall, they are launching a new line of Doctor Who comics starring Jodie Whittaker's Doctor!

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Archie Comics Announces New Artist and Story Arc on Hit Series, Betty and Veronica: Vixens

We've been loving Betty and Veronica: Vixens, a new look at two of our favorite comic book frenemies, Betty and Veronica, as they head up Riverdale's toughest motorcycle gang. There are some big changes coming to the book, and Archie Comics has provided us with some advance cover art, and some pretty sweet announcements!

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Exclusive: Black Panther: Long Live the King #5 Preview Showcases a Female Chief as Written by a Black Woman

Long Live the Chief.

One of the best things about Black Panther fever lately is that it's, in large part, powered by women of color. T'Challa is great as he comes into his own as a leader after the death of his father, but he'd be nothing without Ramonda, or Shuri, or the Dora Milaje. In this exclusive preview of Black Panther: Long Live the King #5, we get to spend time with a female chief named Ikoko, who does not have time for T'Challa's judgmental attitude.

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TMS’ Favorite Female-Created Comics of 2017

If you're a TMS subscriber, you receive our daily newsletter, and (almost) every Wednesday I provide our weekly Pull Wisely list of comics recommendations for New Comic Book Day. Now that a full 365 days have gone by, here are some of my favorite new, female-created titles this year!

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Things We Saw Today: Stay Here Is Exactly the Kind of Nuanced LGBTQIA Content We All Crave

A short film that centers a queer woman of color with an all-female cast and an all-female creative team? Sign me up!

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Essay: Jamie Rotante Says Betty and Veronica: Vixens is About “Women Helping Women”

We've been really excited about the upcoming Archie Comics ongoing title, Betty and Veronica: Vixens, in which Betty and Veronica are the leaders of the Vixens, the toughest motorcycle gang in Riverdale! In an exclusive essay for TMS, writer Jamie L. Rotante explains why this new comic is so important. Especially right now.

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Impossibly Talented Comics Creator Kate Beaton Needs Your Help

Unfortunately, Beaton's current project isn't that fun. She's launched a YouCaring crowdfunding campaign to raise money for her sister, Becky Beaton, who is currently fighting cervical cancer. As we here on this site are passionate about both Beaton's art and women's health, this hits doubly hard.

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C.S. Pacat and Johanna The Mad Bring Unique Perspectives on Gender, Sports, and Art to BOOM! Studios’ Fence

Fence is a truly unique offering from BOOM! Studios. I got to speak with writer C.S. Pacat and artist Johanna the Mad.

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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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As If!: Amber Benson and Sarah Kuhn Bring the 90s Back to Comics in Clueless: Senior Year

Clueless, the 1995 Amy Heckerling film starring Alicia Silverstone, is a modern-day classic and one of the best examples of an incisive, funny, well-crafted teen movie. If only we could revisit the world of Clueless but, like not as a reboot? More like a continuation of the story where the movie left off? Oh, we can? There's a graphic novel from BOOM! Box doing that very thing? OK, well awesome!

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Exclusive: Betty and Veronica Get an Image Overhaul in Betty and Veronica: Vixens

Did somebody say motorcycle gang?

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DC Heroines Fight Fascism as a Resistance Biker Gang in Gotham City Garage

As in other areas of pop culture, comics are beginning to deal with certain political realities and fears these days thanks to a global wave of "alt-Right" thinking. With its upcoming title, Gotham City Garage, DC Comics is putting the power to fight back in the hands of its heroines...as they ride motorcycles.

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Rainbow Rowell Attracts New Readers to Comics With Her Take on Marvel’s Runaways

We know that Marvel's Runaways, created by Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona, will soon be a live-action TV show on Hulu. However, the series is also finding new life in comic form, thanks to popular YA writer Rainbow Rowell and artist Kris Anka. With this revival, they hope to attract a wider readership to comics.

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Things We Saw Today: French President Emmanuel Macron Admits That Trump Handshake Was Purposefully Aggressive

Donald Trump is known for his weird, ego-boosting, overly-aggressive handshakes but he may have met his match with French President Emmanuel Macron.

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