Why Ms Marvel Is One Of Comics' Most Interesting Discourses On Violence

Superheroes fight. They punch. They zap supervillains and toss them around. Sometimes they kill people and sometimes they die. But, as a recent essay points out, the current Ms. Marvel does an excellent job of asking the question: does a superhero really have to hurt other people? » 1/03/15 12:00pm 1/03/15 12:00pm

This year's World Fantasy Award finalists are an especially strong list, including N.K. Jemisin, Graham Joyce, G. Willow Wilson, Caitlín R. Kiernan and Kij Johnson. Seriously excited to see who wins this one. » 8/14/13 1:19pm 8/14/13 1:19pm

A Muslim Hacker and the Secrets of the Jinn, in Alif the Unseen

Alif the Unseen is the debut prose novel by G. Willow Wilson, author of the critically-acclaimed graphic novels Cairo, Air, and Vixen. This is a breezy yet thought-provoking blend of techno-thriller and urban fantasy, set in an unnamed Arab emirate. It will whisk you away to the new vistas of wonder and wisdom, then… » 6/15/12 4:20pm 6/15/12 4:20pm

We bid adieu to Cade Skywalker and Brian K. Vaughan's super-mayor

Three neat series are coming to an end this Wednesday, and we're sad to see them go. Let's have a moment of silence for Star Wars Legacy, Air, and Ex Machina. » 8/17/10 9:26am 8/17/10 9:26am

Your Last Chance To Discover One Of Comics' Gone-Too-Soon Masterpieces

There are so many top-notch stalwart Vertigo series that it's hard to keep track of them all, and it's always a bummer when they're canceled. G. Willow Wilson's Air falls into both of these camps: it's awesome and going under. » 5/18/10 9:00am 5/18/10 9:00am

5 Comics You're Not Reading (But Should Be)

You're not new to comics, but you've read all the big names and you're not sure where to go next. Luckily, we're here with five suggestions to make your November bookshelf that little bit heavier. » 11/07/09 12:00pm 11/07/09 12:00pm