Author Archives: Matt Santori

Advance Review: BINGO LOVE

Advance Review: BINGO LOVE

BINGO LOVE Written by Tee Franklin Art by Jenn St-Onge, Joy San, and Cardinal Rae Published by Image Comics/Inclusive Press Release Date: February 14, 2018 Imagine living most of your life, knowing what true love is, and not being able to have it. And then it returns to you in an instant. And it turns

Interview: Jared Goldwater and Ryan Straughn Jolt FRANKEN 9 to Life

This month, Archie Comics combines super-heroics with classic sci-fi horror with the debut of digital-first series Franken 9! Writers Jared Goldwater and Ryan Straughn are on hand to walk through the creation of Doctor Lambda and his creations — the Franken 9. Matt Santori: Hey guys! Congrats on the new digital first series! This is

Interview: Priest Takes the Wheel with JUSTICE LEAGUE

He’s no stranger to the World’s Greatest Super-Heroes, but has been running with a more troubled anti-hero of late… now, Deathstroke writer Priest takes on the Justice League with tomorrow’s issue #34, teaming with another veteran creator, artist Pete Woods. Priest was on hand to chat extensively about his plans for the team, how they

Queer Visibility: What SNAGGLEPUSS Could Teach Us About Resistance in 2018

For time is the longest distance between two places. – Tennessee Williams   There’s a lot to be said about learning from history. It’s been nearly a year since the man pretending to be our “President” took office, and it’s been a damn long year. We’ve anticipated some of the worst, like last week’s vote


VAMPIRELLA #8 Written by Jeremy Whitley Art by Andy Belanger, Lee Loughridge, and Travis Lanham Published by Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 29, 2017 It’s Mad Max meets The L Word as Vampirella — awake in a desolate world 1,000 years in the future — fights zombie bikers alongside her maybe-kind-of-hopefully girlfriend Vicki, who just might be

Interview: Ian Flynn Returns THE MIGHTY CRUSADERS to Dark Circle

DC and Marvel definitely don’t have the exclusive on super-heroes, now or in the Silver Age. Archie Comics’ own super-hero team The Mighty Crusaders is back and filled with new versions of the original heroes that burst on the scene in the mid-1960s, thanks to Dark Circle Comics and writer Ian Flynn. Flynn sat down

Queer Visibility Interview: Schenkel and Boucher on Asexual Representation in MOONLIGHTERS

The last few weeks, Comicosity has been featuring a number of new Queer Visibility interviews focusing on #ownvoices in the LGBTA community, with chats with creators focused on non-binary, queer, and bisexual representations. Today, we’re talking with writer Katie Schenkel and editor JD Boucher about today’s issue of Moonlighters — a book already featuring bisexual,