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Tag Archives: Rosanna Lam

Review: Hail #4-5

Hail is a superhero comic about Lena, a woman who crumbles into shards of glass whenever she experiences anxiety. After a violent confrontation with a serial killer, Lena begins to question her ability to fight crime on top of her basic daily responsibilities.

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Australian Comics Journal radio spot: June

The new superhero comic Hail, by Miranda Richardson and Rosanna Lam, featured on Radio Adelaide’s Arts Breakfast last month, along with a discussion on mental health and power fantasies… Anthony N. Castle reviews Hail – written review by Amy Maynard here– and also discusses the project’s origins as a webcomic …

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Review: Hail

Review by Amy Maynard Hail is a superhero comic about a woman who crumbles into shards of glass whenever she has an episode of anxiety. Written by Miranda Richardson and illustrated by Rosanna Lam, Hail is a webcomic now being adapted to print with a story that explores conceptions of …

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Hail: interview with Miranda Richardson

Interview by Anthony N. Castle Hail is a superhero comic about a woman who crumbles into shards of glass whenever she has an episode of anxiety. Written by Miranda Richardson and illustrated by Rosanna Lam, Hail is a webcomic now being adapted to print with a story that explores conceptions …

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Hail comic book launch

Hail is a superhero comic about a woman called Lena who crumbles into shards of glass whenever she has an episode of anxiety. This makes it hard for her to make it through each day without anyone finding out. But every time she falls apart, she learns more about how …

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Hail comic on Kickstarter

Hail is a superhero comic about a woman who crumbles into shards of glass, now releasing online with eight new pages every month…   Lena shatters into glass whenever she has an anxiety attack, which makes her dream to become a lawyer even more difficult. But it also spurs her …

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