Fantheon #15 “Magical Girls and Secret Wars”

Comics creator, Ultimate player, and Rainbow Hub reviewer Mad Moll Green joins Emma and Logan on this episode of Fantheon. They critique the new magical girl comic Zodiac Starforce,...

Comics creator, Ultimate player, and Rainbow Hub reviewer Mad Moll Green joins Emma and Logan on this episode of Fantheon. They critique the new magical girl comic Zodiac Starforce, talk about the female competition in Carol Corps, and explore the connections between comics and films in an in-depth reading of Annie Wu’s Black Canary art. Plus there’s a bonus round about Secret Wars, its various tie-ins, a long chat about Valeria Richards, and Emma and Logan being “done” with the X-Men and Peter Parker as Spider-Man respectively.


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Logan Dalton

Logan is a nerdy, bisexual ginger, who recently graduated university with a degree in English Literature and Overanalyzing Comic Books. He loves comics, music (especially New Wave and BritPop), film (especially Quentin Tarantino and Edgar Wright), sports (college football and NBA), TV, mythology, and poetry. Joss Whedon is his master, Kitty Pryde is his favorite superhero, and his current favorite comic is The Wicked + the Divine.

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