Thomas discusses how he fell in love with Valiant Comics, and why you need to give them a try if you haven't already.
Priya discusses the poor treatment of Stephanie Brown in DC Comics' history.
Megan discusses what MARBLES, a graphic memoir on bipolar disorder, means to her.
Webcomics are where some of the most interesting and inclusive comics are happening. We've got fantasy recommendations.
Faith, from Valiant Comics, is fat. Let's talk about why that's important and how she's breaking "fat girl" rules.
You should make sure you're familiar with these 11 black comic artists.
We reflect on why Jughead's official asexuality is important.
Melody wonders whether showing off her geekiness at work is unprofessional.
In keeping with the best-of theme this week, we bring you the best of Comics Fetish!
Emma discusses sharing comics with your significant other.
Hollywood has a serious problem with Asian representation and whitewashing Asian characters in casting.
Jenn Northington and bestselling romance author Sarah Maclean discuss why Han Solo isn't a traditional romantic hero.
We've all seen Twitter callouts of poor representation—but what happens after that? We discuss next steps with a creator.
Red flags abound when you combine dating and comics. Here are 10 things NOT to say to me about comics on a first date (if you want there to be a second.)
There are comic writers, and there are artists, and there are double threat writer/artists. Here are 6 you should know.