Jay Rincher


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Jay is a Philadelphia native. His interests include black foodways, superhero comics, Marxism, eco-theology and fantasy novels.

The Forgotten Influence of “Black Panther: A Hero No More!”

Between July and October of 1988, Marvel Comics released a 4-issue Black Panther mini-series titled “A Hero No More!” with story, pencils, ink, letters and colors respectively by Peter Gillis, Denys Cowan, Sam DeLaRosa, Rick Parker and Bob Sharen.

By the Power of Astra: GWW Interviews the Team Behind Zodiac Starforce - GWW

Earlier this month, Geeks with Wives had the chance to bring you an advance review of one of Dark Horse Comics' most anticipated new titles: Zodiac Starforce. In advance of this week's issue #1 premiere, we're thrilled to bring you an exclusive interview with the creative team behind Zodiac Starforce, Kevin Panetta and Paulina Ganucheau!

Thursday I Won't Care About You #15: Barbara's Not Broken

Alternatively: Thursday I Won't Care About You #15 - A Very Special Thursday I Won't Care About You Sometimes I wonder what it must've been like to be a comic book fan pre-internet (or possibly a comic book fan on some sort of Earth-2 with all the trappings of our modern world, minus the internet,) to not know not only what wasn't going to happen in the next issue of your favorite book, but to also not know anything about what was going on behind the scenes.

It's Iron Chef To The Extreme in "Starve Vol. 1" (Review) - GWW

Starve Vol. 1 Image Comics Written by: Brian Wood Art by: Danijel Zezelj & Dave Stewart Starve follows Gavin Cruikshank, a celebrity chef and television host who's forgotten on the far side of the world when global warming and a crash of the global economy plunge the world into dystopia where .1% of the U.S.

Sci-Fi at its Weirdest and Most Raunchy "Kaptara Vol. 1" (Review) - GWW

Kaptara Volume 1 Image Comics Written by: Chip Zdarsky Art by: Kagan Mcleod Kaptara is one of those series that almost passed me by. You know how it is, so many comics come out every month it's hard to keep up - even when you've got an editor funneling review copies into your inbox.