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    Marissa Louise

    Colorist for Dark Horse, Oni, Boom!, Stela & more

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  • Colorist on Color: Rico Renzi

    Colorist on Color: Rico Renzi0

    This week’s installment of Colorists on Coloring we interview Rico Renzi. You’ll recognize his iconic work from Marvel’s Squirrel-Girl & Spider-Gwen. Rico has a very innovative mind and a sweet heart. You can support him by picking up his work from No Longer Mint, attending Heroes Con in Charlotte, NC or giving him a digital

  • Colorist on Color: Matt Wilson

    Colorist on Color: Matt Wilson0

    We had a chance to talk to longtime colorist Matt Wilson. You can follow Matt on Twitter and buy his shirts and prints on Big Cartel.

  • Scholastic Graphix Talent Search

    Scholastic Graphix Talent Search2

    In 2005, Scholastic launched Graphix with the publication of the full-color edition of BONE #1: Out from Boneville. Graphix is dedicated to publishing engaging, age-appropriate graphic novels for children and teens. Supported by librarians, teachers, and, most important, kids, Graphix titles have become bestsellers around the globe and continue to receive awards and critical acclaim,

  • “Comics Should Reach Everyone” — Jon Rivera & Gerard Way Talk DC’s Young Animal

    “Comics Should Reach Everyone” — Jon Rivera & Gerard Way Talk DC’s Young Animal0

    DC is introducing a new imprint called Young Animal, which features a specialized line-up of talent curated by Gerard Way, writer of Umbrella Academy (and lead singer of My Chemical Romance). Included in that line-up is writer Jon Rivera, best known as co-author of the critically acclaimed series Heartbreak. I had the pleasure of first meeting