Year: 2017

Superman and Me

I grew up on Superman comics, Superman movies and Superman tv shows. Eventually this spun out of Superman and into the DC Universe as a whole. Superman led me to Supergirl— and that’s a fandom that has defined my life. I was asked to talk about the two most defining moments of my fandom, the…

The Crown Jewel of The Hasbro Universe: Aubrey Sitterson Opens Up About His Journey On GI JOE and Scarlett’s Strike Force

Aubrey Sitterson has been making comics for a long time. He’s probably edited some of your favorite books—from the Image Comics smash hit The Walking Dead to Marvel titles like Ghost Rider, Blade, Punisher War Journal, and X-Factor. Aubrey became a comics editor right out of college, before leaving to become a writer and non-comics…

Women Making Comics: Melina Chavarria and Jean Marie Pilario talk Creating Positive Latinx Representation in Comics

Comics have long been (incorrectly) seen as the realm of homogeneous white male creators. It’s not that marginalized creators haven’t always been making incredible comics, but that they have been exactly that: marginalized. Whether it’s the lack of representation in Big Two comics—Marvel infamously didn’t hire a black woman to write a single comic until…

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Letter 44, Volume 5, Blue Shift: A Shifted Perspective

Letter 44, Volume 5: Blueshift Alberto Jimenez Alburquerque (cover illustrator), Charles Soule (scripter), Herrara (editor), Joelle Jones (line artist), Drew Moss (line artist), Ryan Kelly (line artist), Alize Gluskova (line artist), Langdon Foss (line artist), Dan Jackson (color artist), Shawn Depasquale (lettering artist), and Crank! (lettering artist) Oni Press November 28, 2017 This series starts…

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