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When Comics Get Political #10

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 th...

This New Grinch Will NOT “Warp” Your Kids Minds Into Snowflakes

So today, my Brother asked my mother and I what we thought of the new “Grinch” movie because he had seen an article by the New York Post about it. This prompted me to read the article myse...

TCWN: BRONZE AGED PRICE VARIANTS, WHAT ARE THEY?

In April of 1976, Marvel decided it was time to raise the price of their comics due to the increase in price of publishing. To test this, six markets were chosen to try the price increase over a four ...

Poison Ivy: Queer Adventures In Feminism And Ecology

Poison Ivy is a hero. For me and a lot of readers. In Batgirl Annual #2 Gail Simone quoted philosopher Albert Camus to explain who Poison Ivy/Pamela Isley is. The character says: “Just the act of bein...

Grounded…But it began on a Soapbox

Grounded in the new name of The Breeze Is Down as we transition to a new website. Not knowing what transpired today 2 weeks ago when thinking of the new name for our editorial series, I had thought of...

When Comics Get Political #9

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 #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...