10 Most Moving Battles in Naruto (Part 1)

Ok, perhaps it is wrong to use the word “moving” to describe battles, but as I proceed, you’ll get what I mean. The manga I’m reviewing on is Naruto. I believe many comic or manga lovers have at least heard of its name. Sadly, it ended in 2014, and left many flaws in its plot […]

Comic Review: The Book Club

“My past is forgotten like the shriveled leaves of the seasons. I am robbed of my doubt, my fear. With this first step, I set forth into this blood stained world.” [Note: Possibly Triggering Content such as blood and murder is contained below.] The Book Club (2006) is a short horror/psychological Korean manhwa series written by Cho […]

ZAC GORMAN SPEAKER EVENT

KaPOW! Comic Club brings you freelance writer and artist ZAC GORMAN!!! Zac Gorman has done character design work for Nickelodeon and was recently nominated for an Annie Award in Outstanding Achievement in Character Design for his work on Welcome to the Wayne! He also worked as a storyboard artist for the incredible mini-series, Over the […]

Caricature Night and Button Sale!

Swing by Bear’s Den on Thursday, March 5th from 6-8pm to snag a button or two and get your beautiful face forever engraved onto paper by one of our talented artists! Caricatures are $5 each and buttons are $1 each. Cash and Bear Bucks accepted! Keep updated through our Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/914884561875872  

Review: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime

Comic: Akagami no Shirayuki-hime (Red-haired Princess Snow White), by Akizuki Sorata Status: Ongoing (12 Volumes, 61 Chapters) It is rare that I actually like shoujo manga, and rarer still for me to give a 10/10 rating for any manga, but dang, Akagami no Shirayuki-hime exceeded all my expectations. At first, I was hesitant to give this a […]

Review: Batgirl 35

Comic: Batgirl (New 52), by DC Comics (Tarr, Steward, and Fletcher) Status: Ongoing The moment I heard cool-lady drawer Babs Tarr (http://babsbabsbabs.com/) was going to be doing the art for the new Batgirl comics, I knew that we were going to be in for something special. Tarr, Stewart, and Fletcher give us a first taste with a costume […]

Review: NBC’s Hellblazer is not on fire…

…so go read the comics instead. Someone leaked the pilot episode a few weeks back. I was unimpressed, but decided to reserve judgment. However, last week we received the news that John Constantine’s status as a queer man is “irrelevant” to his character and he is, as such, now straight. I have since lost much faith […]

KaPOW Presents: OMOCAT

KaPOW is proud to present, in a lovely collaboration with APX WashU’s art and architecture fraternity, our guest speaker of the semester: the one and only OMOCAT! OMOCAT is an award-winning, highly successful and hyper talented freelance illustrator based out of Pasadena, California. She draws a combination of fanwork and personal work; her motto: “OMOCAT […]