Eileen Gonzalez

Eileen's primary literary love is comic books, but she’s always on the lookout for her next literary adventure no matter what form it takes. She has a Bachelor's in media studies, a Master's in digital communication, a smattering of published short stories, and a seriously cute dog. Follow her on Bluesky and Twitter.


If you're in a good mood, knock it off because we're looking at a typically depressing Dickensian offering in today's Comic vs. Book.

8 Graphic Novels About Undocumented Immigrants

These graphic novels about undocumented immigrants show why caring more about paperwork than human beings is never a reasonable solution.

Retro Comic Rewind: Weird Horrors

Does the short-lived 1950s comic Weird Horrors deserve a spot by Tales from the Crypt, or is better off forgotten?

47 Comics About World War II

World War II began 84 years ago this month. These comics recall the lessons and horrors from the deadly, world-altering war.

SuPer’s Drag Race: Judging Our Heroes’ Cross-Dressing Efforts

Who would win SuPer's Drag Race? A look at the efforts of superheroes when it comes to drag.

Literary Tourism: Provincetown, Massachusetts

Join me for a bookish tour of Provincetown's historic district. If you're a queer book lover, you could hardly find a better place to travel!

Profiles in Supervillainy: La Dama

Is this Blue Beetle villain an underrated gem or an irredeemable loser who deserves to be forgotten? Here's the verdict.

Look Back to Look Forward with These 8 Queer Historical Comics

These queer historical comics show queer people have always and will always have a place in the real world — and the world of comics.

Retro Comic Rewind: The Arrow

Some comics go down in history as masterful examples of the craft. Others end up at the landfill! Today's subject: The Arrow.

Battle Royal: Ranking the Jungle Queens of Comicdom

During the Golden Age of comics, there were many "jungle queen" characters. But which one would win if they were pitted against each other?