That time I had the honor and privilege of reading and reviewing the first issue of The Sandman in a decade. Sometimes, I love my job so hard.
My first write-up for the wonderful Lady Bits on Medium. Inspired by a post by Maggie Koerth-Baker on Boing Boing last year, I talk about why women reading comics in public is important and list some of the macro/micro issues that such a simple act can address. Also, suggested reading material!
Comic cons are a little much for me in general. I write about that and revisit Motherboard’s trip to Dragon Con in 2011. Spoiler: VICE’s resident comics expert dresses up as G.G. Allin.
Yesterday, in an article about the re-branding of the Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, The New York Times revealed one of the covers for the upcoming Sandman prequel, written by Neil Gaiman (of course) with art by J.H. Williams III. I wrote a little something over at Motherboard about it and why Sandman is so important.