Tag Archives: Backstagers

15 Over 10: Comic Books for Pre-Teens

15 Over 10: Comic Books for Pre-Teens

Last week, we listed out 15 comics that were designed perfectly for kids under 10 years old. Now, we flip the narrative and take a look at 15 comics made to be loved by pre-teens, kids over 10… and all the way up to adulthood! So, without further ado, our 15 Over 10 for kids

Representation and Health 101: Jory from THE BACKSTAGERS

It’s Representation and Health 101 Time! Last year, I did an entire month of articles about black characters and issues in comics, but there’s no way in hell I have the energy for that again (maybe next year!). However, I wanted to pick someone I thought represented an important part of black liberation and the

Representation and Health 101: BACK TO SCHOOL!

Fall is approaching and many of the people in our lives are going back to school. That’s why this edition of Representation and Health 101 is dedicated to characters and series that fit the diverse people in our lives! From series like the awesome Lumberjanes to the new arrival of Backstagers, there’s so many comics

30 Comics, 30 Words: August 2016

Summer’s coming to a close but the wild world of comics never stops coming at us. Nikki Powers and I are back with 30 more single-word reviews of 30 different comics released in the month of August, and despite all odds we’re still managing to not overlap words. If you missed last month’s first edition

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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