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Time for Blue Exorcist people! Hopefully, this helps wash out the taste of my last posts involving All-New X-Men and Leob's Hulk.

Light warning for blood and bullying.

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16 2/3 out of 50 pages

Warning for some bullying and some violence.

So, let's look at some more of Seraph of the End. I didn't cover the first chapter on SD (though you can check out the free preview for the series at Viz).

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""The idea behind Superior is very simple,” he offers. “People always said that Batman was an easier character to relate to than Superman, because he was human, because he could be hurt and because Superman is too perfect. That’s always been the big complaint about Superman. I never found that to be a problem, because I always loved Superman growing up. But people said, ‘I can’t relate to him; he’s flawless; I never worry about him because you know he’s going to be okay.’ So what I did, essentially, was Marvelize the character with Superior, because Marvel characters are much easier to relate to than DC characters, just because they seem more like real people." - Mark Millar

With the ongoing release of Huck and Jupiter's Circle and the upcoming sequel to Chrononauts, let's take a moment to turn back the clock to 2010 for Mark Millar. It was the year that the first issue of Superior was dropped. Superior is easily my favorite comic by Millar and being that's it's almost about a half a decade old, let's take a moment to look at it.

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"A Silent Voice's first volume is not a comfortable read. It's slow and mean, full of small violences that make you wince and characters you just want to shake. That's not necessarily a bad thing though; in fact, it's often the best stories that make you uncomfortable, that make you care enough to feel pained by their characters' struggles. And this is a story all about the ugly side of childhood, so the fact that it made me grind my teeth about once every ten pages is probably a sign in its favor." - Nick Creamer

15 out of 59 pages

Light warning for bully (it gets worse later).

As one of my favorite mangas of the year, I would like to share with you all the opening of A Silent Voice. We'll cover the first chapter and go from there in the future.

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You probably won't get this unless you've read the fifth Harry Potter book. Warning for depiction of bullying.

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The Golden Binding started as a sort of illustrated radio play on youtube, and was relaunched late last year as a traditional web comic.

A small independent bookstore, The Golden Binding, is going out of business soon; the employees have just received it's last ever shipment, and are cleaning up for the night, while discussing the ramifications this will have on their lives. When five minutes to go a trio of young men walk in, full of rudeness, and snark.

Five strips *note to the mods: I have permission from the author, a friend, to go one over the limit* )
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One of the best things about the internet is the sheer variety of media you find, more or less by chance. From the whimsical and amusing, to those which are so scorchingly painful you can practically FEEL the cost of writing it to the author as you read it.

This is very much the latter.

"Lighter than my Shadow" is a forthcoming autobiographical graphic novel about growing up with anorexia and coming to terms with it in adulthood by a British creator; Katie Green.

I'll say up front there are trigger warning  for issues here involving an eating disorder as well as a reference to sexual abuse in the material linked to, so proceed any further bearing that in mind.

Lighter Than My Shadow )
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This seems singularly apt. Though not a happy story, and indeed horrifying in more ways than I can articulate, it's a story about courage, and determination in the face of unimaginable opposition.

The piece is called Malala Yousafzai: I have the right. (Those of you familiar with the name will know that this is a story involving violence against a young woman, and bravery beyond measure, for those of you who aren't yet familiar with it, read on...)

Because this is a real person, I'm being cautious with the trigger warnings, and include them for bullying, child abuse, misogyny/sexism and violence towards women.

Not just BASED on a true story, but an ACTUAL true story )


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