Monthly Archives: March 2019

[Guest Post] Searching for Black Mothers: Looking in the Margins of Black Panther and Into the Spider-Verse

This awesome guest post comes courtesy of Samira Nadkarni! Images in the header are from ComingSoon.net (Spider-Verse) and KissThemGoodbye.net (Black Panther). Earlier this week, I read Zina’s post on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the character of Miles Morales, and the … Continue reading

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Looking Back: The Authority Volume 1 (Issues 1 -12)

I vote for 25 more issues of The Wild Storm and new Wildstorm revival series done by queer people of color.

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse and Miles Morales: Spider-Man: When Authenticity Matters

The thing about diversity, is that when it’s shallow, it’s hurtful as hell. Continue reading

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Ships ‘N Shit: Thor/Ororo Marvel

Throroro is the best ship you’re probably not shipping. A non-canon ship courtesy of Marvel fandom’s penchant for shipping everything under the sun, pairing up Thor and Ororo just sort of makes sense when you think about it. Thor’s a … Continue reading

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Audio Backlog: Anita Blake Reread: Guilty Pleasures

“Vampires are People, too.” – The button that Monica Vespucci is wearing when she and Anita first meet echoes a repeated message in this series about how vampires are people too. But people you know… suck. So vampires do too, … Continue reading

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Small Stitch Giveaway 2019

Can y’all believe it’s been FOUR YEARS since I started running Stitch’s Media Mix? I know I can’t! I started this site in 2015 because all I had for an online presence as a blogger was Tumblr and I wanted … Continue reading

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What Fandom Racism Looks Like: Misogynoir – Black Actresses Under Attack

Don’t forget to check out last month’s post and the introduction! U simple bitch. This is why comic book fans hate Hollywood. The criticism is not b/c U R an African actress but that ur 3 personas look too human … Continue reading

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[Stitch Likes Stuff] “Criticism Will Never Be Censorship”

Writers these days are awfully sensitive. I keep seeing published authors – and people who want to be published – wailing on social media about their fear of censorship and how we’re basically just a few bleak moments away from … Continue reading

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[Book Review] Em Ali’s Graham’s Delicacies (+ Aesthetic)

Pretend this review went up uh… yesterday as I lost track of days again… Please and thank you. Em Ali’s Graham’s Delicacies is a super cute follow-up to her previous book Soft on Soft. This collection is home to a … Continue reading

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The Great Big Anita Blake Reread: Approaching the Ardeur (An Explainer)

As I’ve dragging my heels on finishing Narcissus in Chains (Anita Blake #10) for the next installment of my reread series, I’ve realized that there’s one small problem with how I talk about the Anitaverse. I keep assuming that you … Continue reading

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