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It’s a tale of greed, power, revenge and the never-ending cycle of violence. From the writer/creator of The Pride, Joe Glass, comes a brand new comic Acceptable Losses. Featuring art from Danny Flores, Moose Baumann and letters by Michael Stock, Acceptable Losses will be a new, self-contained 32 page one shot exploring the never-ending cycle

Cómix Latinx Interview: ALE JUVERA

Fat and lazy drunks or sweaty and ugly villains are about the only ways you usually find Latinx characters portrayed in Old Western movies. That is, when they weren’t white-washed out of the picture altogether. Comic book artist Alé Juvera (Xeno-Guardian Red Visor GO!) , however, wants to change that. “It always bothered me that

Ascend Comics Kickstarts ELECTRUM, the First All-Ages, Mixed-Race Anthology

From the new indie publisher Ascend Comics comes the Kickstarter campaign for Electrum, the first all-ages comics anthology about the mixed-race experience. This beautiful book of 26 all-new stories is created entirely by mixed-race creators from around the world. Creators of color have been telling their stories from the very beginning, and now one of

Inman, Robinson and Pittman Kickstart SCIENCE! with Bedside Press

Los Angeles, CA – September 12, 2018. Husband and wife team, and creators of Jupiter Jet: Jason Inman (“Love is Love”, “DC All-Access”), and Ashley Victoria Robinson (“Apollo IX #1”, “Witchblade #175”), and artist: School of Visual Art graduate, Dez Pittman (known for her convention-favorite Zombie Portraits), have teamed up with Eisner-nominated Canadian published Beside

Queer Visibility Interview: Thompson, Goudreau, Corvus, Esposito and I AM HEXED

In a world where witches revealed themselves in the 1960s, Charlotte Helms is a junior staff member from Roanoke thrust into the murkiness of D.C. politics. Comicosity talked to Kirsten Thompson, Christianne Goudreau, Little Corvus, and Taylor Esposito about the Kickstarter-backed comic, I Am Hexed — which is in its last 24 hours of campaign!

Queer Visibility Interview: The Boston Comics Roundtable and their BEING TRUE Anthology

The Boston Comics Roundtable is a group of LGBTQ comic lovers that have come together to release an uplifting celebration of LGBTQ life and identity — Being True, an anthology blending fiction and nonfiction, from fantasy and superhero comics to real and touching stories from the artists’ lives — stories that have happy endings. A number of