Author Archives: Hilary

A New Ms. Marvel Introduced!

Brace yourself, Internet: Marvel Comics has announced a new superhero. 16-year-old Kamala Khan will be taking the mantle of Ms. Marvel, formerly owned by Carol Danvers. Danvers has since moved on to take the name of Captain Marvel, leaving the moniker … Continue reading

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Everyone Can Cosplay! (SDCC 2013)

We at Geekquality sought out to find cosplayers at SDCC 2013 who broke the horrible bias that in order to cosplay a character, you must look exactly like that character. That is obviously a terribly restrictive idea, but one that … Continue reading

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Meet “The Movement” So Far!

Previously reviewed in Jeff’s  “We’re No. 1!” round up, DC Comics’ The Movement is Gail Simone‘s newest creation. The Movement stands on its own as a new comic series that puts a superhero spin on serious social issues. As Gail Simone put … Continue reading

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Monsters! Kittens! Stan Lee!

A few Saturdays ago, the biggest name in comic books brought another universe to life. Stan “The Man” Lee, best known for his and Jack Kirby’s creation of the modern Marvel universe, has hitched his label, POW! Entertainment, to frequent collaborator … Continue reading

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An Interview With Molly Danger Creator Jamal Igle

After surpassing his Kickstarter goal by over $5,000, comic book artist, editor, art director, writer and father Jamal Igle successfully funded the production of Molly Danger. Igle’s credits include Daredevil/Shi, Nightwing, Zatanna, Superman, Supergirl and Spider-man, but Molly Danger is … Continue reading

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Holy Girlcrush, Batwoman! A Love Letter to Kate Kane

Where terror lurks in the corners of Gotham City, a dark and vengeful hero rises to avenge the people. With the cape, the mask, and a watchful eye, this hero protects the city when it cannot protect itself. And it … Continue reading

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