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Why the fuck is everyone shitting on Nancy???? Y'all keep screaming #JusticeForBarb but Nancy worked her ass off for her!! She took on a demogorgon multiple times for her!! She ate dinner with Barb’s parents every week for a year!! She took on the fuckin government, risking her life, so that Barb’s family could get some closure!! You asked for justice and justice stormed in like a goddamn hurricane and HER NAME IS NANCY FUCKIN WHEELER

In case you missed it, Marvel’s classic good guy Captain America is coming back after Secret Empire, with Steve Rogers behind the shield in his classic costume.

Two-time Captain America writer Mark Waid and writer/artist Chris Samnee (along with colorist Matt Wilson and letterer Joe Caramagna) takes as creative team with Captain America #695. Here’s first look at the cover from Samnee.

“This is Steve listening to people to find out how they feel about him and what they want from him from now on,” said Waid.

“This series is going to feel like coming back home for a lot of readers,” added editor Alanna Smith.

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Sully stuffed another beef slider into his mouth and chased it with a swig of champagne. “Great party,” he nodded at a woman across from him with a mouthful of burger. He swallowed and drained his glass. “I’m just going in here.” He sidestepped around a set of stanchions supporting a velvet rope that blocked off the hallway to another wing. “Security services,” he called back to the woman, who had already turned her back on him to watch the pianist.

There were what looked like two guest bedrooms on the ground floor and up the stairs was a spacious study lined with floor to ceiling cabinets. Beside that was a set of open double doors leading to an enormous master bedroom.

“Ugh, rich people,” Sully complained, and wiped his burger-greasy hand along the wall as he entered the study. “Let’s see what we have here.”

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Neurodiversity advocates … suggest that, instead of investing millions of dollars a year to uncover the causes of autism in the future, we should be helping autistic people and their families live happier, healthier, more productive, and more secure lives in the present.

This process has barely begun. Imagine if society had put off the issue of civil rights until the genetics of race were sorted out, or denied wheelchair users access to public buildings while insisting that someday, with the help of science, everyone will be able to walk.

—  Steve Silberman, NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity