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#MakeComics: Con Survival

#MakeComics: Con Survival

The comic book industry isn’t an easy one to break into, nor is it an easy one to stay and make a successful career in. As part of #MakeComics week, Comicosity reached out to creators working in the industry today for wisdom about breaking in and surviving the world of comics. We posed a question

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Interview: Mark Russell and Steve Pugh Meet THE FLINTSTONES

For the fourth and final new title in its relaunch of classic Hanna Barbera characters, DC Comics has gone back — all the waaaaay back — to the prehistoric, to dig up The Flintstones, the quintessential modern (stone age) family. And determined to bring them back to life are writer Mark Russell (Prez) and artist

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Still Here, Still Queer: 35 MORE Indie Titles Doing Right by LGBTA Fans

It’s been less than a year since Comicosity put together the last list of 35 indie comic titles that included queer characters or themes — and to be perfectly honest, it didn’t take much to come up with another. That’s progress, slowly but steadily. DC has dropped to three queer-led monthlies (Harley Quinn, Hellblazer, and

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LGBT Visibility: This Fucking Week

This fucking week. Sunday morning, like a lot of Americans, I woke to the news that 49 people in Orlando, Florida, had been gunned down in what has since been named the largest mass fatality from a single shooter in US History. Sunday morning and every day since, also like a lot of Americans, I’ve

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Interview: James Tynion IV Rebirths DETECTIVE COMICS

We’ve already seen the debut issue of Detective Comics post-Rebirth, returning the long-running series to its original numbering, and been blown away. With Batman and Batwoman headlining as co-leads, writer James Tynion IV has not only taken on the book from which DC Comics gets its name, but has returned one its most popular characters

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Exclusive Preview: NIGHTHAWK #2

Marvel Comics has shared its EXCLUSIVE first look with Comicosity of next week’s Nighthawk #2. Scroll down to view the full size preview images. NIGHTHAWK #2 Written by David Walker Art by Ramon Villalobos and Tamra Bonvillain Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: June 22, 2016 With the bodies piling up, Nighthawk hunts the psycho

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