Alice W. Castle

Sworn to protect a world that hates and fears her, Alice W. Castle is a trans femme writing about comics. All things considered, it’s going surprisingly well. She can be found on various corners of the internet, but most frequently on Twitter: @FallOfThePoets.

Experience Matters: Why Carol Danvers’ Age Is Important

Brie Larson has been cast to play Carol Danvers in the Captain Marvel movie. What might this mean for how the character's age and experience are presented?

“Kim & Kim” & Transgender Narratives In Comic Books

Why are authentic transgender narratives in comics important? Alice discusses.

Comics While Commuting: How I Changed My Comic Reading Habits

Alice discusses how she burned out on comics, and how changing her reading habits made her remember why she loves them.

How Superman Saved My Life

Alice felt hurt by the depiction of Superman in Batman v. Superman because of how much the comics character means to her.

The Case For DC Unlimited

Why doesn't DC Comics have an unlimited reading service like Marvel's? With the return to Rebirth, this is the perfect time to set one up.

The Best Comics We Read in May 2016

Panelteers discuss the best comics they read in May 2016. Get your pens and paper ready! You won't want to miss these.

What The X-Men Movies Get Wrong About Being An X-Man

X-Men Apocalypse has us thinking the films don't quite get why people love the X-Men.

All-Star Superman #10 And The Power Of An Act Of Kindness

Alice takes a close look at one act of kindness from ALL-STAR SUPERMAN.

How Captain Marvel and Kelly Sue Changed My Life

Alice discusses how Captain Marvel and Kelly Sue DeConnick changed her life and helped her figure out where she belonged.

No One Stays Good in this World: On BATMAN V. SUPERMAN

Alice discusses why Superman is important to her, and how she doesn't recognize the Superman depicted recently on the big screen.

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