• Black Comix Returns With A Bang!

    Black Comix Returns With A Bang!0

    Black Comix Returns Damian Duffy (curator) & John Jennings (curator) The Magnetic Collection at Lion Forge (Publisher) Release Date: February 20, 2018 The comics world is often a homogenous mix of the same white male writers and creators, making the same comics. Often PoC are not recruited to tell their own stories. In 2017 Roxane

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  • Little Tails on the Farm is French Family Fun

    Little Tails on the Farm is French Family Fun0

    Little Tails on the Farm Frédéric Brrémaud (writer), Federico Bertolucci (artist), Mike Kennedy (translator) Lion Forge Comics January 2018 Little Tails on the Farm is perfect for the parent who is tired of board books, but whose child isn’t ready for Moon Girl & Devil Dinosaur just yet. Little Tails follows pals Squizzo and Chipper on a grand

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  • Wrapped Up #2: Your Everyday Preteen Mummy

    Wrapped Up #2: Your Everyday Preteen Mummy1

    Wrapped Up #2 Dave Scheidt (Writer), Scoot McMahon and Carolyn Nowak (Art), Sean Dove (Colorist) Lion Forge Comics November 15th, 2017 Milo is your everyday preteen boy. His parents are divorced. He has a sister he struggles to get along with. He loves pizza. And of course, he’s a mummy. Mummies in Milo’s world are

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  • Taproot is a Sublime, Succulent, Surprise of a Comic

    Taproot is a Sublime, Succulent, Surprise of a Comic0

    Taproot: A Story About a Gardener and a Ghost Keezy Young (Writer and Artist), AW’s Tom Napolitano (Letterer) Lion Forge Comics September 13, 2017 Taproot is an astoundingly beautiful book, I just have to start by saying that. It may sound hyperbolic but it’s the truth. With Taproot, Keezy Young has created something sweet, sombre, and

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  • Finding the Kids Comics Market

    Finding the Kids Comics Market0

    Gone are the days of parents rolling their eyes in exasperation as little Suzie begs for the latest issue of Spider-Man, carefully placed near the candy bars at the grocery store check-out. Archie Comics might still appear in that coveted spot above the latest issue of The Enquirer, but long gone is the variety of

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