Comics

New Post-Gazette cartoonist criticized for sexism, misogyny

New Post-Gazette cartoonist criticized for sexism, misogyny

02/07/2019 By Ollie Gratzinger | Opinions Editor Once upon a time, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette was a household staple. It would come to the door in its little green bag, and my father would bring it inside; it was the perfect companion to a cup of coffee. Back then, I was far more interested in the […]

WB, DC backing away from DCEU (finally)

WB, DC backing away from DCEU (finally)

By Zach Landau | A&E Editor 10/12/17 On Sept. 29, fans of superhero comics and movies finally got confirmation of a rumor that has been making the rounds for quite some time now: DC is officially stepping down from its Extended Universe (DCEU) project. In what was a clear attempt to mimic the success of […]

‘Paper Girls’ makes a socially-conscious return

‘Paper Girls’ makes a socially-conscious return

By Nicole Prieto | Staff Writer Paper Girls returned early August with its third trade paperback collecting Issues #11-15, following 12-year-old Erin and her fellow Stony Stream paper girls in their displacement to the far past. Faced against long-extinct megafauna and cavemen in high-tech gear, the girls find themselves in another temporal fight for their […]

Getting into comic books: a newbie’s guide

Getting into comic books: a newbie’s guide

By Sean Ray | a&e editor It’s no secret that comic books are creeping into other media fields. Whether it’s movies like “The Avengers” and “Man of Steel,” or TV shows like “The Walking Dead” and “Daredevil,” comic book adaptations are making big splashes on the silver and small screen. Unfortunately, comic books themselves do […]