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Comics 101 is an introduction to running series for those who are interested in trying comics, but are unsure of what to try. The Comics 101 series is aimed particularly … Continue reading
According to many fans and critings, THE LION KING’s Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed nearly top the list of Disney racist caricatures. GIC editor Feliza Casano explores why that point of view may be wrong altogether.
This month, delve into fairy-tale comics with an introduction to Fairy Quest; Outlaws, an independent comic by comics writer Paul Jenkins and artist Humberto Ramos.
Even though I never really went through the “princess stage”… I knew that I would always be like Belle, and that someday my oddities would lead me to a real “adventure in the great wide somewhere.”
In the launch of GIC’s new column, Comics 101, editor Feliza Casano gives you a quick cheat sheet and short evaluation of The New 52’s WONDER WOMAN series.
Some of the greatest people in geek culture are Asian American. This month, we’ll introduce you to some amazing Asian Americans in geek culture and show how Asian performers, directors, and media influence art and culture in the U.S.
Which young adult heroes make the best role models? GIC editor Feliza Casano tackles girls in young adult science fiction and fantasy novels to figure out who’s a role model and (more importantly) why.
Ever wondered why we’re called Girls in Capes? Find out who The Girl in a Cape is and why she’s not a Woman in a Cape.
This month, GIC editor Feliza Casano shares her admiration for Firefly’s Zoe Washburne and why both the show and the character are relevant even 10 years later.
Young adult dystopian is a very hard genre for me to enjoy. I’ve always loved dystopian fiction — at 14, George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four was one of my favorite books — … Continue reading