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Queer Visibility Interview: Creating a Monster with WAYWARD SISTERS

Queer Visibility Interview: Creating a Monster with WAYWARD SISTERS

As Halloween fast approaches you might be searching for a something within the fine medium of comics to help you embrace and celebrate your own monstrosity. Well dear reader, you need look no further than Wayward Sisters: An Anthology of Monstrous Women. Bringing together 37 women and gender non-conforming people, Wayward Sisters features 25 stories

15 for 13 Plus: Comic Books for Younger Teens

Comics for kids under 10. Comics for preteens. Of course we’d look next at what the comic industry has for your newly christened teenager. Whether it’s a bar or bat mitzvah around the corner, or your favorite niece or nephew about to embark on high school, these are 15 comics that are meant to inspire,

Queer Visibility Interview: Jennifer Dugan Circles Round with CIRCADIA

Queer comics and webcomics are booming these days, and very few places are seeing the excitement of this growth like Kickstarter. In fact, creators like Jennifer Dugan have recognized something powerful in going directly to the source with their narratives — reaching out directly to the readers looking for representation. With her current (100% funded

Interview: Lambert & Fenoglio Give Readers GOOSEBUMPS

Ah, the glory days of my youth. A time when R.L. Stine scared the ever loving crap out of me with his easily accessible “youth” horror fiction series Goosebumps. I say “youth” because I challenge anyone who grew up in the 90s reading these damn books right before sleeping to truthfully admit they aren’t still freaked out by some

Interview: Waltz & Eastman Talk TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #75

Tomorrow, a beloved franchise hits a landmark issue. The mighty Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will hit issue #75 on October 25, a huge achievement these days for any series and a testament to the quality of the series from IDW Publishing. I had the pleasure of asking series writer Tom Waltz and the co-creator of

Interview: Constant and Walker Bring THE DEMON Down to Earth

2017 has been a hellish year, no doubt. So, what better way to turn that around — and continue the glourious celebration DC Comics has been hosting for the centennial birthday of legend Jack Kirby — than to literally bring Hell to Earth. And with it, comes its most famous citizen: the Demon Etrigan! Ha!

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