Afternoon Snack

In possibly the best news of the whole week, ShortBox has finally acquired North American distribution!! Set some dollars aside for the best curated indie comics box out there.


We feel duty-bound to inform you every time Britney Spears’s kids make anime fanart:


Have you seen the new She-Ra designs for the reboot helmed by Noelle Stevenson? If not, go forth and be delighted!


DC Comics is coming after your money and your heart again: Ms. Marvel’s G. Willow Wilson is writing Wonder Woman! Jaw, meet floor.


Our very own Pome Alicia has a piece up on The Mary Sue about Supergirl! Check it out to see what season three could have done better.


WE ARE SCREAMING JOYFULLY FOREVER AND EVER UNTIL SOMEONE GIVES US THESE INCREDIBLE INTERTWINING SAILOR NEPTUNE AND SAILOR URANUS RINGS!!!!!!


POME webcomic fave The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya has come to an end – with an 80-page update! Whether you’re an old fan or a newcomer, we encourage you to check it out.


This week’s Best of Twitter includes cats, cats, cats, and Jack Kirby.

https://twitter.com/nvrmnd_nirvana/status/1018214663501303808?s=21

https://twitter.com/skemmtilegur/status/1017735121200406528?s=21


If you’re going to San Diego Comic Con this week, we wish you the best of luck and an iron immune system!

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Literary Hot or Not: Carmilla Edition

he POMEcoven Book Club has been getting into the Spooky Season with the original Hot Lesbian Vampire Tale: Carmilla, by J.T. Sheridan Le Fanu. And to share this Good Word with all of you, we’re bringing back Literary Hot or Not—this time with 100% more goths.

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Afternoon Snack

As we tiptoe hesitantly towards the end of Daylight Savings Time and months of literal and figurative darker days, let’s remind each other that we need each other and find ways to meet those needs.

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