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Interview: Greene and Jones Discuss Fraternities, Blackness in Media and More

Interview: Greene and Jones Discuss Fraternities, Blackness in Media and More

Editor’s Note: This interview was conducted by Sean Z. and Allen Thomas.  There is no way to process 2020, or American history, without discussing Black lives, Black experiences, and Black narratives. Through COVID and burgeoning summer protests against police murder of Black people, there has been a necessity to put Blackness at the center of

Anatomy of a Panel: Murrieta and Schrader’s Ethnoracial Pause in RAFAEL GARCIA: HENCHMAN

Collaborative creation in the realm of comics is par for the course—especially superhero comics.  Some household famed collaborations include, for instance: Kane and Finger;   Siegel and Shuster; Ennis and Dillon; Lee and Ditko; Lee and Kirby; Wolfman and Pérez; Claremont and Byrne; Miller and Varley; Bendis and Sara Pichelli; Adams and O’Neil; Moore and

Creating During COVID: Chatting with Anime Voice Actor Sean Chiplock

While many of us are finding new ways to entertain ourselves during the pandemic, content creators are wrestling with how to make our shows, comics, games and books safely. The challenges for each industry are unique, as are the challenges faced by individual creators. Sean Chiplock has been a professional voice actor since 2012, and

Cómix Latinx: Hector Rodriguez on EL PESO HERO: BORDERLAND

A few years ago, we couldn’t have imagined a world where a reality TV show actor could be elected President of the United States. Then we couldn’t imagine our children being taken from their parents and being held in cages where some die. These realities make belief in a super hero that come and save

Cómix Latinx Interview: Dr. Theresa Rojas and The LatinoGraphix Collection

At Modesto Junior College in California, English Professor Dr. Theresa Rojas has started an important collection of Latinx Comics. What started as a reference collection in her office was enthusiastically encouraged by campus librarian Susan Cassidy and soon became “The LatinoGraphix Collection” with a home in the library. The collection already has sixty titles from

Interview: Carlin Looks Into History with MANDELA AND THE GENERAL

Global history has been, and truly still is, wrought with racial tension. One of the biggest examples we have is the apartheid that plagued South Africa for decades and ended within relatively recent history. Nelson Mandela, one of the most famous figures involved with the end of apartheid, was monumental in creating important change. A

Interview: Steve Orlando Heads into DC’s Future with ELECTRIC WARRIORS

The future is literally now. The DC Universe’s future, that is. With tomorrow’s arrival of Electric Warriors #1 from writer Steve Orlando and artists Travel Foreman and Hi-Fi, the future of the DC Universe restarts from the seeds of Jack Kirby’s Great Disaster. Here to share his thoughts on the impending adventure, Orlando brings us

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