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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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  • The Comic Book History of Comics #1: Fun, Detailed but Limited

    The Comic Book History of Comics #1: Fun, Detailed but Limited0

    The Comic Book History of Comics: Comics For All #1 Fred Van Lente (Writer and Letters), Ryan Dunlavey (Artist), Adam Guzowski (Colours) IDW December 20, 2017 We all know the term “graphic novel.” Most of us have graphic novels on our bookshelves. But where did this term originate? How did comic strips lead to comic

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  • Agent 1.22 #2: Beautiful but Flawed

    Agent 1.22 #2: Beautiful but Flawed1

    Agent 1.22 #2 Tom Dheere, Angelo Panetta, David Martin (Creators), Stephan Nilson (Writer), Doug Shuler (Artist), Charles Pritchett (Letters), Liz Bradley (Design) September 28, 2017 Agent 1.22 began life as a web series and has since spun-off into a four-part comic series. The second issue was released in September of 2017. The series follows the titular

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  • Sisters of Sorrow: A Rushed Yet Poignant Mini Series

    Sisters of Sorrow: A Rushed Yet Poignant Mini Series0

    Kurt Sutter’s Sisters of Sorrow Kurt Sutter, Courtney Alameda (Writers), Hyeonjin Kim (Artist), Jean-Paul Csuka (Colours), Jim Campbell (Letters) July 1, 2017 Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter’s comic book miniseries, Sisters of Sorrow, has come to a close with a quiet, yet powerful message. Co-written with horror/science-fiction author Courtney Alameda, the first issue of

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