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Eileen Gonzalez

Eileen’s primary literary love is comic books, but she’s always on the lookout for her next belletristic adventure no matter what form it comes in. When she’s not writing, reading, or writing about reading, she’s probably cuddling with her dog or watching something old. Twitter: @Eileen2theStars

10 Comic Books About Immigrants and Immigration

Settle in with these powerful and moving comics about immigrants and immigration.

That Time the Teen Titans Saved the Tokyo Olympics

Remember that time the Teen Titans saved the Tokyo Olympics? Let's take a trip back to 1964 with the secret Olympic heroes.

So This Weird Barbie Comic Exists

Barbie comic books exist and they are . . . a choice.

To Absent Friends: Terry Berg

We're spotlighting some forgotten comics side characters, old friends who've been left by the wayside. Today's subject: Terry Berg.

#SuperheroProblems: So Your Other Self Wants You Dead

So you met your doppelgänger only to discover they want to kill you. Let's take a look at this surprisingly common superhero dilemma.

Celebrate the Fourth by Watching Batman Punch Nazis

Comics published during WWII sure are full of flag waving and fascist bashing. They're far from perfect, but Batman punching Nazis is swell.

Is Captain America the Best Patriotic Superhero?

In considering the question of whether Captain America is the best patriotic superhero, we took a look at some other candidates from comics.

Toni Gayle: The Unsung Queen of Crime-Fighting

In this house, we love and respect Toni Gayle! Let's take a look back a forgotten but courageous 1940s comic book character!

Profiles in Supervillainy: The Matador

Get an introduction to comics supervillain The Matador, from his origins and debut appearance to notable appearances in Marvel comics.

On This Day (June 14): Flash Discovers the Multiverse

On this day, an iconic issue of The Flash created the multiverse that we know and are eternally confused by today.