Browsing Category : Comics

Sound Off! Thor: Ragnarok


Welcome back to Sound Off!, a semi-regular column where members of Speculative Chic gather together to chat about the latest BIG THING in entertainment. This time, grab your mythical hammer and discuss Thor: Ragnarok, which premiered in the United States on Friday, November 3, 2017. Sound Off! is meant to be a reaction, but not necessarily a review. After all, while we are…

Read More »

Sound Off! Professor Marston and the Wonder Women


Welcome back to Sound Off!, a semi-regular column where members of Speculative Chic gather together to chat about the latest BIG THING in entertainment. This time, learn about the origin story of Speculative Chic’s favorite thing of 2017 and discuss Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, which premiered in the United States on Friday, October 13, 2017. Sound Off! is meant to…

Read More »

Women of DC Rebirth


DC Comics can be a bit of a clusterfuck, rebooting their own lines every few years, retaining some aspects of the previous comics while throwing others right out the window. But sometimes, a fresh start is just what the doctor ordered, which is what DC decided after the uneven results of their New 52 experiment. With Rebirth, DC renumbered all…

Read More »

Roundtable: Out of Spite


You know that speculative fiction thing that everyone seems to love but you haven’t read/watched/played yet? No, not your blind spot. This isn’t something you’re embarrassed about, nor is it something you plan on rectifying anytime soon. In fact, when your friends or family find out you haven’t read/watched/played this thing, you’re more than happy to explain why, in gleeful…

Read More »

My Favorite Things with Carrie Vaughn


They might not be raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens, but that doesn’t mean that we love them any less. Welcome to back to My Favorite Things, the weekly column where we grab someone in speculative circles to gab about the greatest in geek. This week, we sit down with Carrie Vaughn, author of Bannerless, a murder-mystery set in a dystopian…

Read More »