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Online Therapy Options for ACCtion Heroes

Nov 21, 2016

Here Marty gives a quick overview of online therapy, including two possible options.

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ACC Interview: Cayti Bourquin of Paradox Girl

Nov 14, 2016

Cayti Bourquin is the writer of the Paradox Girl comic. Today she shares her insights into PG, her creative process, the PG team and a little bit of self-publishing comics.

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We Can Be Heroes

Nov 10, 2016

What makes a hero?

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Dr. Strange's Magical Mystery Tour

Nov 09, 2016

Hi ACC-tion Heroes, I just got out of a showing of Doctor Strange and I have a few thoughts that I’d like to run past you. First of all let’s get some stuff out of the way. You’ve probably read or heard me rant about the casting of Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One. I’ve […]

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Realistic Feminist Problems that Marvel Superwomen Have

Nov 08, 2016

Even when you're a super hero, secret agent or the queen of hell, men will still tell you to smile more.

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What I Found at Emerald City Comicon

Apr 14, 2016

Kevin Smith, special to ACC Introduction Spring in Seattle can mean a lot of things to a lot of people. For some, it’s a time to celebrate the death and return of Jesus. By eating ham and hiding plastic eggs for well dressed children to find. For others, it could be either planning for one […]

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Roundtable: Women talk about their heroes

Mar 24, 2016

I’m sure you knew that March is National Women’s History Month, so I asked women who their favorite female superhero were and what they meant to them. – Tim Bridget: I have a lot of favorites. My first favorite was Jubilee and I still have a massive soft spot for her. She’s so relatable, and fun, […]

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An Interview With Marcy Cook

Mar 14, 2016

  In addition to being Women’s History Month, March is also #TransComicMonth.  We interviewed Marcy Cook, creator of the hashtag. 1. Where are you from? I’m originally from Europe, though I now live in Western Canada, the land of the hot PM and professional panda-petter Justin Trudeau. Canada is little understood in Europe, so it was […]

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Roundtable: The Importance of Black Superheroes

Feb 17, 2016

It’s Black History Month and I wanted to know how black superheroes impacted my black friends. So, I asked, “Who was the first black superhero that you came across and what did it mean to you?     Jameel: Black Vulcan on Superfriends. I was young, so I don’t really remember it having any impact. […]

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Ep 31 - a dissension

Jan 27, 2016

As soon as you’re born they make you feel small By giving you no time instead of it all ‘Til the pain is so big you feel nothing at all A working class hero is something to be A working class hero is something to be    So, the cast over at All Comics Considered […]

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