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    Jameson Hampton

    Jamey is a non-binary adventurer from Buffalo, NY who wishes they were immortal so they’d have time to visit every coffee shop in the world. They write code, like plants, record podcasts, categorize zines and read tarot cards. Ask them about Star Wars or Vampire: the Masquerade if you dare.

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  • Questioning Chelsea Cain’s Feminist Agenda

    Questioning Chelsea Cain’s Feminist Agenda12

    It’s not breaking news that Chelsea Cain, author of Marvel’s Mockingbird, has seen her share of criticism lately for her new comic, Man-Eaters, published by Image Comics. Hailed by some as feminist critique, numerous aspects of Man-Eaters have also been slammed by critics for being insensitive to various groups of people. Cain has acknowledged these

  • Exploring How Stories Are Told with Ted Anderson

    Exploring How Stories Are Told with Ted Anderson0

    Something that’s really fun in the world of comics is realizing that several of your favorite comics are being written by the same author. That’s how I felt about Ted Anderson when I realized he was writing not only Moth & Whisper (my favorite charming YA cyberpunk spy story) but also several very enjoyable recent

  • Young Love is Perfectly Baked in Bloom

    Young Love is Perfectly Baked in Bloom0

    Bloom Savanna Ganucheau (artist), Kevin Panetta (writer) First Second Books January 29, 2019 Bloom is the story of Ari Kyrkos, a Greek teenager who feels suffocated by the expectation he’ll continue working in his family’s struggling bakery. Unable to afford to go to music school, he wants to move to the city with his friends

  • Carta Monir Loves Her Risograph Machine and Her Friends

    Carta Monir Loves Her Risograph Machine and Her Friends0

    Carta Monir is known in the small press comics circles for her touching and personal comics, including 2018 Ignatz Award winner Lara Croft Was My Family. She’s also known in our hearts for being a warm and welcoming voice. So when she recently tweeted about the question she always wished an interviewer would ask her,