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    Zora Gilbert

    Zora Gilbert cares a whole lot about words, kids, and comics. Find them at @zhgilbert on twitter, and find the comics they edit at datesanthology.com.

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  • A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup September ‘18

    A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup September ‘181

    The leaves are turning and the pumpkin spice lattes have reappeared, so it’s time to settle down with some quiet, contemplative, and comfortable comics—and Kickstarter has your back! From experimental woodland horror comics to explorations of Black hair or magazines for young witches, now’s the time to back a book that will remind you of

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  • The Nib Roundup: #MeToo Edition

    The Nib Roundup: #MeToo Edition0

    The #MeToo movement has forced many people—from the men accused to casual consumers—to come to terms with the realities and consequences of the unwise, malicious, or dehumanizing behavior present in pretty much every industry. On July 27th, The Nib posted a commentary on some of the conversations that have ensued, a four panel comic by

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  • Crowded #1 Fully Embraces Our Millennial Chaos

    Crowded #1 Fully Embraces Our Millennial Chaos0

    Crowded #1 Christopher Sebela (writer), Ro Stein (penciler), Ted Brandt (inker), Tríona Farrell (colorist), Cardinal Rae (letterer) Image Comics August 15, 2018 In the first four pages of Crowded #1, Charlie Ellison rents out her apartment, drives around some strangers, loans someone her car, feeds pigeons, picks up a guy, steals a dog, and hires

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  • A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup, August ‘18

    A Fistful of Comics: Crowdfunding Roundup, August ‘180

    With SDCC recently wrapped and Flame Con (whose Kickstarter we covered back in 2014) and SPX on the horizon, we’re deep into the throes of convention season. But conventions aren’t the only place to get amazing, small press books. Read on to see August’s wonderful crop of crowdfunded goodness. From short stories and fledgling magazines

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