Author Archives: Kate Kosturski

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Reviews
“Fruit of Knowledge”

By | Oct 16, 2018 | Reviews

For all our advancements in society, talk of women’s bodies and women’s sexuality is still a highly politicized, highly taboo topic of discussion – – especially in the United States.  Swedish feminist cartoonist Liv Strömquist uses humor and history to pull back the curtain on these topics in a way that will make you laugh, make […]

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Columns
We Want Comics: Elton John

By | Oct 16, 2018 | Columns

Welcome back to We Want Comics, a column exploring intellectual properties, whether they’re movies, TV shows, novels or video games, that we want adapted into comic books. For this new installment, we’re tackling our second musical artist, our first being Janelle Monáe and her Metropolis album. But instead of looking at a specific album, we’re […]

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Television
FiveSix thoughts on Outcast‘s “To The Sea”

By | Oct 1, 2018 | Television

Welcome aboard to the world of the supernatural, Southern fried style. It’s Robert Kirkman’s Outcast, the Cinemax adaptation of his 2014-2018 Image Comics series. Set in Rome, West Virginia, Outcast is the story of Kyle Barnes, a man haunted in many ways by demonic possession throughout his life, and his return to his hometown of Rome to solve […]

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Reviews
“Doctor Who: The Thirteenth Doctor” #0

By | Sep 28, 2018 | Reviews

In order to understand one’s present (and perhaps one’s future), it’s important to look to one’s past. On the precipice of the Jodie Whitaker era, the Doctor Who comics pause to look back at the stories and the people that brought us to this place and time in space. Written by Richard Dinnick Illustrated by […]

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