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Man-Eaters: Cursed #1: Cain, Miternique and Niemczyk Return
The original bestselling Man-eaters creative team—New York Times bestselling thriller writer Chelsea Cain, Lia Miternique, and Kate Niemczyk—are reuniting for a new series with Man-eaters: The Cursed Adolescents, feminist derring-do, and supernatural hijinks collide in this new five-issue story arc out from Image Comics this July. "Man-Eaters: Cursed #1" Cover A, Image "This new arc revisits Maude a few years later,[...]
Spy Island #2 Review: Not Much Happening
Likewise, the artwork from Lia Miternique, Elise McCall, Rachelle Rosenberg, Joe Caramagna has a great sense of visual design (complete down to the fake "ads" in the book) and can set the scene well. Sadly, there's just not much happening this issue, and that self-reflection turned into navel-gazing in a way that means the pacing has to[...]
Inkblot #1 Review:
Spy Island reunites writer Chelsea Cain with two artists from her Image Comics series, Maneaters: Lia Miternique, who is credited as co-creator, cover artist, and artist for supplemental material, and Elise McCall, who handles the main art. Rachelle Rosenberg is on colors, Joe Caramagna does the lettering, and Stella Greenvoss handles more supplemental material for this Dark Horse debut[...]
Spy Island #1
(Dark Horse Comics, creative team for Spy Island: Chelsea Cain, Elise McCall, Rachelle Rosenberg, Joe Caramagna, Lia Miternique) There's a word for books like this: wow Nora Freud (no relation) is a spy who loves her job but is completely over her assignment Stationed on a tropical island at the edge of the Bermuda Triangle, she[...]
Spy Island Chelsea Cain
Will the third time be the charm for the comics career of Chelsea Cain? The first time around, Cain ended up quitting Twitter in 2016 following backlash to Joelle Jones' cover to Mockingbird #8 where the character wore a t-shirt with the slogan "Ask Me About My Feminist Agenda." Cain returned a few years later[...]
Ask Chelsea Cain About Her Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist Agenda?
Novelist and comic book writer Chelsea Cain has apparently deleted her Twitter account following a series of botched responses to a social media furor stemming from the reprinting in Man-Eaters #9 of tweets critical of the book by a reader. Man-Eaters has been criticized since its announcement for presenting a binary view of gender that excludes[...]
Ask Chelsea Cain About Her Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminist Agenda?
Writer Chelsea Cain has had a tumultuous past relationship with social media Cain briefly quit social media in 2016 after backlash to the cover of Mockingbird #8 (which Cain wrote, though the cover was drawn by Joelle Jones), in which the titular hero wore a t-shirt which famously invited readers to "Ask Me About My[...]
Man-Eaters Gets a New Lead Artist in June
McCall will take over from Kate Niemczyk beginning with Man-Eaters #9 in June and will kick off the third arc to the celebrated feminist teen horror comic book series. Man-Eaters co-creators Chelsea Cain and Lia Miternique, colorist Rachelle Rosenberg, letterer Joe Caramagna, and the rest of the creative team, have worked with McCall on several issues[...]
Everyone Beware!  Man-Eaters #5 Seeks to Empower WEREPANTHERS
[rwp_box_recap id="0"] Yet another spectacle coming from the ever growing feminist propaganda machine, writer Chelsea Cain (Mockingbird), seeks to undermine actual issues by nonchalantly explaining away women's periods as something natural and not dangerous As I write this article from a hospital bed, yet another victim from a raging werepanther attack, I cannot tell if I[...]
Image Credits Marvel as Chelsea Cain's Man-Eaters #2 Goes to 2nd Print
Man-Eaters #2, the second issue of the hit Image Comics series by Chelsea Cain, Kate Niemczyk, Rachelle Rosenberg, Joe Caramagna, Lia Miternique, and Stella Greenvoss has sold out at Diamond and is being "fast-tracked to a second printing," Image revealed in a press release Thursday. Eisner-nominated and New York Times bestselling thriller writer Chelsea Cain, artist Kate Niemczyk,[...]
Chelsea Cain Responds to Chuck Wendig's Marvel Firing With One Word: Union
In that thread, Wendig claimed that Chelsea Cain, whose Vision series was canceled also shortly after its announcement, was also fired for similar reasons. Like Wendig, Cain was extremely vocal after her book was canceled, something that can probably be attributed to both writers making their primary income outside of comics, empowering them to speak out[...]
14 Ways Chelsea Cain's Man-Eaters Violates the Comics Code of 1954 [Spoilers]
Today, the first issue of Man-Eaters by Chelsea Cain, Kate Niemczyk, Rachelle Rosenberg, Joe Caramagna, and Lia Miternique is in stores But should it be? Or should it be banned, burned, or both? Or maybe stabbed on YouTube To find out, we bravely read this comic, despite its overtly glittery cover, and applied the standards of[...]
Chelsea Cain Learns About the Censorship of the Batpenis and She Isn't Happy About It
Earlier today, we eagerly listened as Chelsea Cain unleashed holy hell on Marvel and the superhero-industrial complex, but now that the floodgates have opened, Cain continues to speak out about the important issues facing our industry Like Batman's penis. Bleeding Cool has written near a dozen articles on the Batpenis since it was revealed in Batman:[...]