Ms Marvel

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I’ve always been very fond of Top Cow’s work. The late, great Michael Turner was one of the artists whose work was peaking just as I was getting involved in comics and that, combined with the company’s exuberant approach to the supernatural hit me right between the lobes of my Millennium Fever soaked brain. At

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Nine Worlds Debrief: The Humanitarian Element: Superheroic Ethics – Heroism, compromise & the reality of intervening under fire

This is far more of a reading list than the last one. Most of the books here were covered in the panel but a couple didn’t come up and have occurred to me since. One note before we dive in; included here are Amazon and, where possible, Comixology links. Please, if you have a local

Nine Worlds Debrief: The Humanitarian Element: Superheroic Ethics – Heroism, compromise & the reality of intervening under fire

Sunday Moment of Zen: Ms Marvel

Ms Marvel, written by G. Willow Wilson and illustrated by a small, brilliant team of artists like Adrian Alphona, Takeshi Miyazawa, Ian Herring and Joe Caramagna, is one of the most extraordinary mainstream comic books on the market. Kamala, the lead, is a New Jersey-based teenager from a Pakistani family who gains superpowers and does

Sunday Moment of Zen: Ms Marvel

The Lists: Comics of 2014

Ms Marvel The last time the Marvel universe had a debut this perfect, the character’s surname was Parker. I could, and have gone on about how smart, funny and entertaining G Willow Wilson‘s latest title is. After all, It’s a teenage superhero story that discusses issues of social inclusion, cultural integration and the untrammeled horror

The Lists: Comics of 2014

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