The new Superman is bisexual, but it shouldn’t be big news

By Eduardo Velasquez

On National Coming Out Day last month, DC Comics announced the next issue of Superman: Son of Kal El will reveal the

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Nealley Library’s Graphic Novels Bring Words To Life

By Jessica Arredondo

March by Rep. John Lewis is not your typical historical memoir. The civil rights advocate turned Congressman shows and tells

Cosplayers and Orange County Artists Geek Out At AnaCon

By Nikki Nelsen

Attendees dressed as characters from Star Wars and Ghostbusters pushed and shuffled between aisles of books, visiting booths and making their way to panel discussions. Others were dressed in intricate costumes that mimicked Darth Vader and Stormtroopers down to the smallest detail. There was even a life size replica of R2D2 that moved and made noise.

Marvel Announces Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

By Angel Ramirez

Marvel Studios revealed a sneak peak for their 15th film Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, a sequel to one

Cosplay Comes Home: Fans Show Love For Their Favorite Characters at Long Beach Comic Con

By Christabelle Blake

A confident young Wonder Woman strolled past me. She was in deep conversation with Cinderella, dressed in her iconic blue


Wonder Woman Breaks Down Superhero Norms

By el Don News

By Meghan Kliewer Wonder Woman is a feminist icon. Comic book writer William Moulton Marston created the character Wonder Woman