In the ever-growing world of sequential art, the intrepid heroine is quickly becoming a staple in several genres and mediums. And as more and more women of all ages become interested in comics and graphic novels, stories where female protagonists take center stage are also receiving greater attention. Of course, a lady-led comic is no […]
“You’ve got to put your body into it.” In an interview about her then-upcoming sci-fi series following a group of women stuck in the prison system, Kelly Sue DeConnick talked about meeting civil rights leader Representative John Lewis. In a discussion about how armchair activism just isn’t enough, Lewis told her that she had to […]
2014 was a fantastic time to be a comic reader, despite the kerfuffles and complaints along the way. Which is why I’ve compiled a list of resolutions for comics in 2015 that I believe would bring fans better stories and less to complain about.
We've got a good feeling about this. Star Wars #1 kicks off a new, ongoing series that sees a galaxy far, far away back under the Marvel Comics banner.
Sure, everyone in Canada knows Fan Expo, but what do you know about Nova Scotia's Hal-Con?
Sure, McKelvie, Gillen and Wilson could keep putting out Phonogram forever and I would still buy it, but now that we have The Wicked + The Divine, I have two things to continually look forward to.
Stark's anxiety and (probably) PTSD in Iron Man 3 and alcoholism in “Demon in a Bottle” extend beyond the “flawed hero” archetype.
Barbara Gordon was always meant to be Batgirl, and these guys really get that. Welcome home, Babs.
Castle Waiting represents the ideal, cooperative, egalitarian society in miniature, and the Solicitine Order is a blueprint for how the feminist movement should behave.
There has been a lot of buzz about Milo Manara's Spider-Woman, but is the outrage and criticism warranted?
We spoke to some of the more unconventional exhibitors at Toronto's largest comic convention.
We talk to Hope Nicholson about her efforts to bring forgotten Canadian comic hero Brok Windsor back into the spotlight.
We chat with Emily Carroll about her first standalone print work, Through the Woods, a beautiful, well-paced read, with more than enough spine-chilling moments for readers 14 and up.
For those of you late to this particular party, the final issue of The Wake came out this Wednesday, and it's an epic adventure worth talking about.
With con season upon us, we spoke with several creators, artists, and authors about the proper etiquette and important reminders when approaching people you're really excited to see.
Ms. Marvel continues her reign as the 21st Century's Spider-Man.
High Crimes has it all: Murder, intrigue, death-defying heights, and a pair of compelling leads who are just as much of a mystery as the one they've accidentally stumbled onto.
Watson and Holmes may be the underdog of the Best New Series category, but Heather isn't foolish enough to overlook it and neither should you.