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HERoes: Maria Laura Sanapo

HERoes: Maria Laura Sanapo

We get a chance to have a no pressure conversation about comics with female creators in the community. Their creativity is inspiring to people throughout the comic fandom who enjoy their work. They are our HERoes. This week we chat with comic and cover artist for Big Dog Ink, Maria Laura Sanapo, who’s bombshells, vixens


GAME CHANGERS: Jen Van Meter on Zero Hopeless-Savage

Welcome to GAME CHANGERS, an interview series at Comicosity looking at female protagonists in comic books from the last decade or two (or more!) — and the original creators who brought them to life. Today, we chat with writer Jen Van Meter about her creator-owned series Hopeless Savages, and its central character — the youngest


HOT FIVE: Week of September 17, 2014

Welcome to Comicosity’s Hot Five. Hot Five is a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list is your guaranteed gold for the week in the comic market!


THE HANGOUT featuring Adam P. Knave: September 15, 2014

The number of returning guests who just can’t get enough of your questions continues with Adam P. Knave who may or may not talk about the big shockers in the latest issues of Amelia Cole & Artful Daggers. But there will be comics! Follow Adam on on Twitter @adampknave Follow The Comic Hangout on Twitter


TRADE WAITING: Week of September 17, 2014

We are a mere 48 hours away from new comic books, and a whole fresh crop of collections as well! If your bookshelf is in need of a trade or hardcover infusion, look no further than the top five releases of September 17, 2014: ASTRO CITY: VICTORY Written by Kurt Busiek Art by Brent Anderson


THE HONOR ROLL: September 10, 2014 Releases

What do we say about a week like this? So many great comics. Some great, spoiler-y filled, picks from our contributors. Let’s get to it! EAST OF WEST #15 – Will Pheesh Now that Saga has won its well-earned Harvey awards, I sincerely hope that we can all turn our collective adoration to Hickman, Dragotta, Martin,