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  1. Robert M. Ball

    Robert M. Ball is an illustrator, designer, and comic artist who creates an array of work for clients, from book covers to calendars to posters. He has a knack for producing images in popular culture, from his Beautiful Death series and Game of Thrones commissions.

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  2. Celebrating the Rise of Superwomen

    Carolyn Cocca on women superheroes and contemporary femininity: “But diversity, authenticity, and complexity in storytelling and characterization engender tolerance and empathy by showing us that anybody can be a hero.”

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    Batgirl -- DC Comics
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  4. Mathematical Alternatives to the Electoral College: A Webcomic

    Pondering the 2016 US presidential election, Ben Orlin’s signature stick figures wonder about other, mathematically fairer ways to determine who wins.

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  5. Mansfield and Me: Sarah Laing on Comics, Her Graphic Memoir, and New Zealand

    Acclaimed New Zealand fiction writer and comic artist Sarah Laing chats about her graphic memoir, Mansfield and Me.

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    Photos and artwork in this post are courtesy of Sarah Laing, Let Me Be Frank.
  6. We Are the Mutants

    We Are the Mutants focuses on the history and analysis of Cold War-era popular and outsider culture, focusing on speculative, genre, pulp, proto-geek, cult, and occult media. Think post-apocalyptic fiction to space disco — and much more.

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  7. Critical Geekery: Talking Representation in Pop Culture with the Nerds of Color

    The writers at The Nerds of Color discuss their favorite shows, shifts in the media landscape, and supporting inclusive entertainment.

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    Part of a panel from the comic book Goldie Vance, the source material for one of the Nerds' current favorite cartoons.
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    Comic by Jack Sjogren
  9. My Exaggerated Life

    At My Exaggerated Life, a dad blog-meets-webcomic, a father shares stories about family life in comic form, often with a generous layer of dry humor.

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  11. Tor.com

    From reviews of the latest sci-fi titles to original fantasy fiction and art, Tor.com is one of the web’s leading portals into the world of science fiction for both writers and fans.

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  13. My Mother Would Walk Miles Upon Miles

    “I’d ask, “Mommy, why don’t you have any wrinkles?” “Because I don’t think that hard about things,” she’d answer.” Memories of a mother — and her struggles with homelessness, depression, and varicose veins — in comic form.

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  15. Lost and Found

    When Summer Pierre feels adrift, she draws her way through it.

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    By Summer Pierre