Author: Cheryl Gustafson
I'm a curious, creative, comic(al) woman. I am unapologetically Team Cap, but not HydraCap because there is a line in the moral sands of the universe and that whole thing is on the other side of it. I teach high school students all about the joys of mythology through comic books, graphic novels, and films. I wandered into the comic book world in 2015 and is a proud member of the #DoYouEvenComicBook gang.

LCS Spotlight: Source Comics & Games

Source Comics and Games If you ever get up to the Twin Cities, be SURE to make your way to Source Comics & Games. Everyone there is smart, helpful, friendly, and it’s a huge store.
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REVIEW: The Day Superman Beat Down Tom Cruise, a.k.a. Mission Impossible: Fallout

No one going into a Mission Impossible film is going for hyper-realism and deep socio-political discourse but you
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REVIEW: Captain America #2

Captain America 2 feature Captain America #2 continues to thoughtfully lay the groundwork, particularly with Cap’s frame of mind, to explore what it means to be Captain America in a post-HydraCap world.
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REVIEW: The Life of Captain Marvel #1

The Life of Captain Marvel #1 The best thing about Margaret Stohl's "The Life of Captain Marvel #1" is that it doesn’t feel or read like a first issue in a new series.
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REVIEW: Exiles #5

Exiles 5 In Exiles #5, Ahmed, Rodriguez, and Lopez deliver a dense twisty turny conclusion to the first arc in their series.
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REVIEW: Marvel Rising Squirrel Girl & Ms. Marvel #1

Marvel Rising Squirrel Girl & Ms. Marvel feature Ryan North and G. Willow Wilson team up in Marvel Rising Squirrel Girl & Ms. Marvel #1 to bring big action, big
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REVIEW: Captain America #1

Captain America returns to face the consequences of Secret Empire in Captain America #1, the layered and compelling first issue in Ta’Nehisi Coates’s Winter in America Part 1 arc.
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REVIEW: Captain America #704

Jack Rogers’ risky gambit, playing the Kree and Red Skull off each other, is a bold move but will he survive long enough to save his son?
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REVIEW: Exiles #4

Blink and the crew takes on the 1760s Caribbean slave trade in Exiles #4, a swashbuckling solid gold adventure.
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REVIEW: Marvel Rising Alpha #1

Marvel Rising introduces Ember, a high school Inhuman walking the line between heroism and villainy with the grace of a teenager.
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