Tag Archives: comics

The Killing Joke and “Bad Timing” Only Prove the Timelessness of Patriarchal Rape Narratives

Recently, a heart-wrenching account of survival ushered forth into the land of viral media. The publication of the “Stanford Vict [...]

Travelling to the Stars: An Interview with Nicole Marie Burton of Ad Astra Comix

By Kodi Maier At this point it seems almost inevitable: in any debate about the demand for more – for better – representation of minorit [...]

Dear Jill Lepore… Is That the Best You Can Do? By Riven Alyx Buckley

I’m not in the habit of writing ranty op-ed rebuttals. But in answer to this piece in The New Yorker, I have a few opinions I need to get [...]

The Intersectionality Issue: Extras!

Hey GEEKS! We hope you’re enjoying The Intersectionality Issue, available FREE from Issuu. We had so much great writing and art submit [...]

November 1st: The Best Day Ever?

Hey GEEKS, We hope you’ve got Friday, November 1st already marked in your calendars because we are totes expecting to catch your act a [...]

Terry Moore the man who hates men (well, not really…)

… but that is what he was asked on numerous occasions when he published his first comics, Strangers in Paradise, in 1993. Why? Becau [...]
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