Goodbye and Farewell – I have a New Blog!!!

Hello Geeky Beauts! It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here and that’s because I started working on a new blog that focuses on something I’ve found I’m much more passionate about . . . Comics!!! It was one of the sections on this blog, but I didn’t give it enough attention since I…

3 LGBTQ/Sexuality Themes in Blue is the Warmest Color

Blue is the Warmest Color (I’ll be abbreviating this as BITWC), written and illustrated by Julie Maroh (she’s a double threat!) is a powerfully moving story that follows a young female named Clementine (Honestly…this name is unique as hell…haha) through the exploration of her complex sexuality. It delves into how her sexuality affects her love…

Black Female Representation in Underground Comix: AngelFood McSpade

AngelFood McSpade First Comic Appearance: Issue 2 of Zap Comix [1]  Creator/Artist: Robert Crumb For starters, Robert Crumb (“R. Crumb”) was an underground comix artist.[4] The “X” alludes to its X-rated themes and content. Underground comix gained popularity during the mid 60s through the late 70s. Underground comix were “created wherever cartoonists, disillusioned with mainstream comics, wanted to…