Grounded

When Comics Get Political #8 (Mid-Terms 2018 edition)

When Comics Get Political In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the...

Grounded #7: The Big 2 & Their lack of African American Comics

The year is 1966. Marvel’s main title for bringing characters into the mainstream, their first family, the Fantastic Four, reveals the publisher’s first Black superhero. King T’Challa, the Black Panth...

The Top 10 Ongoing Comics Queer Women Should Be Reading

Hello, Gentle Readers, and welcome to The Queerosphere! I’m happy to bring you my list of top 10 ongoing comics that I believe queer lady comic fans should be reading right now. Now, keep in min...

When Comics Get Political #7

When Comics Get Political In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the...

When Comics Get Political #6

When Comics Get Political In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the...

Reclaiming Kal-El From Kanye: That Feeling isn’t Superman, It’s Lex Luthor or Bizarro

Reclaiming Kal-El From Kanye: That Feeling isn’t Superman, It’s Lex Luthor or Bizarro   I would like to preface this with, I am a card-carrying social justice warrior (SJW). I believe...

TCWN: CATALOG THOSE BOOKS

Something I figured out pretty quickly after attending a big 60% off sale of all back issues at the local comic shop was, I had no idea what I really had and did not have when it came to back issues. ...

When Comics Get Political #5

When Comics Get Political In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the...

You Shall Not Pass! – It’s Hard Out Here For a Fangirl

San Diego, CA circa 1999 She walked into the Comic Book Shop wearing baggy jeans, a No Fear T-Shirt, and a thin camo jacket even in the Summer Heat of Southern California. With a backpack slung over o...