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Amy Diegelman

Amy Diegelman's fangirl tendencies date all the way back to sneaking into her brother's room to steal his comic books and have never wavered. Amy is a high-school drama nerd from Missouri, who somehow ended up with Bachelor's degree in Political Science and a Master's Degree in Library Science. She is a Teen Librarian in Chicago, IL where she lives with her computer, video games, and a cat-shaped monster named CJ. Amy reviews books for School Library Journal, tweets at @amydieg, and once breathed the same air as LeVar Burton. Twitter: @amydieg

What’s On Your Pull List?: February 24, 2016

Every week, a different Panelteer will give you a rundown of the comics they’re most looking forward to for the ...

Art Roundup: Tumblr Comics of Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Welcome to Art Roundup, where we pick a comics character a Star Wars thing and spotlight its awesomeness with rad fan creations. ...

Faith Is Breaking the Rules for Fat Girls

Faith is fat. Not the average, or just slightly bigger than, size usually called “fat” in media. Not the curvy best friend ...

Dreamcasting the Young Avengers

We here at Panels are taking some much needed time off; in the meantime, we’re revisiting some favorite old posts ...

Start ‘Em Early: Comics for Young Kids

One of the most beautiful and heartwarming things about having children in our lives is getting to indoctrinate share with them the ...

Art Roundup: Spotlight On Jubilee

Welcome to Art Roundup, where we pick a comics character and spotlight their awesomeness with rad fan creations, including art pieces, ...

Dreamcasting the Young Avengers

Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s run of Young Avengers is one of my all time favorite superhero stories. It is packed ...

Articles We Almost Wrote About Ryan North Stuck In A Hole

So, Ryan North (Squirrel Girl, Dinosaur Comics) got stuck in a hole. With a dog. And Twitter.   Sadly Luckily, ...

Comics Aren’t for Girls

We here at Panels are taking some much needed time off; in the meantime, we’re revisiting some favorite old posts ...

5 Comics to Watch for in June 2015

1. Drawn & Quarterly: Twenty-five Years of Contemporary Cartooning, Comics, and Graphic Novels by Tom Devlin (Editor) Drawn & Quarterly is ...

Of Two Minds: DC Super Hero Girls

Last week, WB and DC Entertainment announced a new product line called DC Super Hero Girls. They’ll be partnering with ...

Comics, the Library, and You

Did you know you there is a place you can get comics, manga, and graphic novels for FREE? Tons and ...

The Weird Wild West in Comics

Marvel has announced a new series, 1872, coming out this May, that will reimagine some of their most famous characters ...

Comics Aren’t for Girls

Once, in junior high, I snuck into my brother’s room. No one else was home when I pushed open the ...

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