• RUSH! Just Ain’t Up to Speed

    RUSH! Just Ain’t Up to Speed0

    RUSH! Andrew Roby (co-creator, writer), Nicole Kaiser (co-creator, colors, lead character design), Olivia Fowler (art) Diamond Dragon Comics Rapid City was on the verge of destruction, at least until it got its own superhero. Enter Bolt, a super speedy, super arrogant hero to save the day. Now, just as the city seems to be getting

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  • Two Sports Comics Knocking It Out of the Park … and One Striking Out Miserably

    Two Sports Comics Knocking It Out of the Park … and One Striking Out Miserably0

    Sports stories, no matter the medium, seem to fall along a continuum. On one end, you have the stories where the sport serves as a backdrop for character-driven conflict, while the other end boasts complete immersion in the sport, with minimal concern for storylines outside each match’s or season’s results. Dodge City, Fence, and We

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  • Trans Voices: A Chat with Kaycee Cosmos

    Trans Voices: A Chat with Kaycee Cosmos0

    As feminists and allies, it’s absolutely important that we listen to the voices of trans people and support the works they create. This article marks the first in a new bi-monthly column here at Women Write About Comics called Trans Voices. This column is for trans and non-binary creators to showcase their works through interviews.

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  • Bunnies, Knife-Fights, and Doom II: A Review of This Must Be The Place: A Please Keep Warm Collection

    Bunnies, Knife-Fights, and Doom II: A Review of This Must Be The Place: A Please Keep Warm Collection0

    This Must Be The Place: A Please Keep Warm Collection Michael Sweater (Author) Silver Sprocket Comics (Publisher) Published July 24, 2017 Have you ever read those cute comics on Instagram? Those episodic comics about adorable creatures who do funny things or have the occasional existential crisis? Well, This Must Be The Place is the epitome

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  • CATS! A Celebration of Hourly Comics Day 2018

    CATS! A Celebration of Hourly Comics Day 20180

    I love Hourly Comics Day! On February 1st, many cartoonists take to Twitter or Instagram to draw comics detailing what happened during each hour of their day. There are no rules regarding format, style or consistency; some draw on post-it notes, take pictures of their sketchbooks, do fully shaded, multi-panel comics – anything goes! Hourlies,

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  • Webcomic Wonders: Keezy Young

    Webcomic Wonders: Keezy Young0

    Curious about webcomics and where to start? Get insight from those on the ground floor. Now a significant focal point in terms of queer comics and readership, webcomics have flourished over the last few years as a diverse community. Interested in creators’ perspectives, our intrepid reporter interviewed several at Flame Con 2017, Brooklyn’s annual LGBTQ

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