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    Kat Overland

    Small press editor Kat Overland is a displaced Texan now living in Washington, DC, where she is perpetually behind on reading her pull list. She's a millennial, Latina, exhausted, and can often be spotted casually cosplaying America Chavez and complaining.

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  • Choosing Comics for Choice: An Interview with Editor Hazel Newlevant

    Choosing Comics for Choice: An Interview with Editor Hazel Newlevant0

    Comics for Choice is a black and white comics anthology that features 60 contributing artists and writers, 41 stories, and is raising money for the National Network of Abortion Funds. You might recognize the publisher and co-editor Hazel Newlevant from her book, If This Be Sin, or her previous crowdfunded anthology, Chainmail Bikini: The Anthology of Women

  • Kickstart Your May!

    Kickstart Your May!0

    It’s May and there’s a whole new crop of interesting comics projects out there to throw your money at! These crowdfunded comics include anthologies, creator-owned series, autobio, and one publisher bundle. The Beyond Anthology 2 + The Beyond Anthology 1 Reprint Sfé R. Monster & Taneka Stotts (editors) The initial Beyond Anthology smashed their fundraising

  • Kickstart Your April – 6 Crowdfunded Comics to Check Out

    Kickstart Your April – 6 Crowdfunded Comics to Check Out0

    If you’re feeling burned out on big comics publishers, or just want to add some new names to your “to-read” list, then crowdfunded campaigns might have exactly what you never knew you were looking for. But the pool of crowdfunded books is deep and sometimes hard to navigate–hence this new column! This month’s round-up features

  • The Glory of Sophie Campbell

    The Glory of Sophie Campbell0

    Heads you lop, tails you lose The half “Amazonian,” half demon Gloriana Demeter has gone through a few transformations since her first appeared in Rob Liefeld’s Youngblood Strikefile #1 in 1993. She garnered a solo series written by Mary Jo Duffy and drawn largely by Mike Deodato and J. Morrigan, which ran from 1996 to 1997. Glory was a