fire ecology

a personal blog for Jamey Hampton

Tag - comics

November 22, 2019

Anthologies Galore!

Lately I’ve been making a conscious effort to focus more on writing creatively, and it has been a really rewarding experience so far! In fact, I’ve even been doing NaNoWriMo...

June 10, 2019

Questioning Chelsea Cain’s Feminist Agenda

It’s not breaking news that Chelsea Cain, author of Marvel’s Mockingbird, has seen her share of criticism lately for her new comic, Man-Eaters, published by Image Comics. Hailed by some as feminist...

April 25, 2019

Review Roundup, Q1-Q2 2019

I’ve still been lucky enough to get to do some articles, reviews and interviews about comics I love and creators I respect. (And I’m lucky enough to get to write...

December 26, 2018

Review Roundup, Q3-Q4 2018

I have been continuing to write about comics. Turns out that’s something I love to do! Here’s the reviews I’ve been publishing over at WWAC for the past few months....

August 24, 2018

Review Roundup, Summer 2018

I have been falling deeper and deeper into the world of comics journalism, as evidenced by the fact that I spoke on a panel about it at Flame Con recently....

August 22, 2018

Flame Con & the Importance of Queer Spaces

I decided a little bit last minute to go to this year’s Flame Con, which is the world’s largest queer comics convention. I wasn’t sure if I would be feeling...

April 6, 2018

Review Roundup, Spring 2018

As you may know, in addition to my writing about tech, ethics and LGBTQ issues, I’m also a reviewer of comics and cartoons, two mediums that are very near and...

October 3, 2017

Doing Queer Representation Right: Moonstruck #1-3

I discovered Moonstruck this past summer when I was having a particularly bad day and I decided to go to my local comic book store and see if I could...