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Basil is an ordinary princess, but her creator, Cassie Anderson, is anything but. A freelance artist from Portland, Oregon, she’s got her name on not one, but two new books from Dark Horse Publishing this year. The second volume of Lifeformed, which features Anderson’s art and lettering, will be out in September, and her ownREAD MORE
In our Editorial Eye series, we go behind the scenes with comic and book editors to learn about their role in the creative process and discover how their passion for their industry helps shape their work. It’s been a year since Lysa Hawkins jumped into Valiant Entertainment, and, she says in a WWAC interview, she’sREAD MORE
In an effort to trick WWAC contributors into writing profile essays about their favourite character, I may have bitten off more than I can chew when it comes to Nola Pfau and her love of Scott Summers. While I don’t hate the character, I’m certainly not fond of him, and there are those who feelREAD MORE
This month, I’m taking a look at AfterShock Comics, which describes itself as “a creatively driven comic book publisher led by a team of highly accomplished, life-long comics professionals and entertainment specialists.” When I chatted with managing editor Christina Harrington, she explained that the company wanted “to tell stories that’ll make your skin crawl, that’llREAD MORE