Howdy, nerd friends! I hope you’re taking care of yourselves this week — and that includes scheduling enough relaxation time to kick back with one of these great comics.
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Queenie: Godmother of Harlem by Elizabeth Colomba and Aurelie Levy
If you like a good mob story, here’s a fascinating one: the biography of Stephanie Saint-Clair, whose rags-to-riches story saw her become a successful bootlegger and forced her to confront racism, poverty, and the Italian mafia.
Strange Academy: Year One by Skottie Young and Humberto Ramos
Collecting the first twelve issues of Strange Academy, this series takes you into the exciting world of Marvel’s most promising young sorcerers.These eager pupils will learn from the best of the best, hone their skills, cope with tragedy, and even take field trips to outer space! What could be better?
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Today’s Riot Rec theme is: purple! Because I like purple. Let’s look at some comics with purple covers!
Wash Day Diaries by Jamila Rowser and Robyn Smith
Best friends Tanisha, Cookie, Kim, and Davene regularly meet to wash their hair and talk about whatever is on their minds: work, relationships, personal troubles. No matter what they’re dealing with, they know they can depend on each other for advice and unconditional support.
Raven is most famous as the half-demon member of the superhero group, the Teen Titans. But in this YA comic, she’s an amnesiac teen trying to figure out if she even wants to know who she was before or if she should just move on with her life as it is now. But just because she can’t remember her past doesn’t mean the past has forgotten her…
Poor Poppy was diagnosed with a stomach flu and a luxating patella in the same week!! She is doing much better now, though — check out her yoga moves!