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    Louis Skye

    A writer at heart with a fondness for well-told stories, Louis Skye is always looking for a way to escape the planet, whether through comic books, films, television, books or video games. She always has an eye out for the subversive and champions diversity in media.

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  • 10 Years of Locke and Key: The Creators on the Journey So Far

    10 Years of Locke and Key: The Creators on the Journey So Far2

    A little over ten years ago, writer Joe Hill and comic book artist Gabriel Rodriguez published the first of six Locke & Key graphic novels. The series went on to become a bestseller and a household name for many horror readers. There is now a very real possibility that Locke & Key will grace television

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  • Jem and the Holograms: Dimensions #4: Social Headaches

    Jem and the Holograms: Dimensions #4: Social Headaches0

    Jem and the Holograms: Dimensions #4 “Tasty” Sina Grace (Writer), Hannah Templer (Artist), Shawn Lee (Letters) “Jemojis” Kevin Panetta (Writer), Abby Boeh (Artist), Heather Danforth (Colours), Shawn Lee (Letters) IDW Publishing 7 March, 2018 In the final issue of Jem and the Holograms: Dimensions, the two rival bands find themselves at the receiving end of

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  • Haytham: A Childhood in Syria: Poignant and Subtle Look at Refugee Life

    Haytham: A Childhood in Syria: Poignant and Subtle Look at Refugee Life0

    Haytham Nicolas Hénin (writer), Kyungeun Park (artist) Europe Comics at izneo.com 17 June, 2017 IZNEO HAS PROVIDED WWAC WITH A VIP ACCESS PASS. Based on the true story of a Syrian refugee in France, Haytham: A Childhood in Syria chronicles the life of a Syrian family as they escape an oppressive regime in their home country.

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  • BLACK: Powerful, Stunning and Subversive

    BLACK: Powerful, Stunning and Subversive0

    BLACK Volume One Kwanza Osajyefo (writer), Jamal Igle (artist), Tim Smith III (designer), Derwin Roberson (colours) Black Mask Studios 1 November, 2017 What started as a Kickstarter project in 2016 may soon become a feature film. Kwanza Osajeyfo’s popular comic book BLACK was optioned for film by Studio 8 late February.

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