Versus Issue #0 is what you’ve been waiting for. Inside these 25 pages you’ll find monsters and auras, a Starfleet Captain and a discussion about the paradox of liking comic books while being a girl.
Featuring some of the best content from the last six months, and designed with loving care by the ladies at broadcraft press, this limited edition issue will not disappoint.
Arriving to you bagged and boarded, this little monster will fit nicely with the rest of your comic collection — or begin a new collection for you.
Voltron was a very different experience for kids growing up in Oman than it was for kids watching it here in America, mainly because it was in Arabic. Furthermore I did not know Arabic, so to me it was a foreign cartoon in an alternate foreign language.
What’s the deal with Velma Dinkley? Poet Gabrielle Civil let’s us in on Scooby Doo’s most overlooked sleuth.
The patrician dream of Edina, however, is no place I recognize. Instead, the Edina I recognize–the Edina where I work–constitutes the architectural fallout of a wealthy and affluent area, the mid-century explosion of which scattered shards of amorphous office centers from its potent, post-war nucleus. I drive through a monotone landscape of stark and uncompromising buildings, utilitarian in design, uninspiring at best, slung low on the horizon in one- and two-story rectangles of mortar and glass. At the epicenter lies the Regis building, worldwide headquarters of Regis hair salons and products. My office sits like a gravelly cinder block just down the street.
I once clamored to work in an area like Edina.