• Baaaad Muthaz Is Bill Campbell’s Funk-filled Space Romp Dream Come True

    Baaaad Muthaz Is Bill Campbell’s Funk-filled Space Romp Dream Come True0

    James Brown, alligator people, Prince as a deer, and a band of five funky women and a shrp makes for one crazy dream, but that’s where we are with Bill Campbell’s Baaaad Muthaz from Rosarium Publishing. The raunchy, ridiculous, cosmic space adventure follows these pirates-slash-James Brown cover band on an epic romp across the galaxy

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  • Tammy & Jinty Special 2019: The Girls are Back in Town

    Tammy & Jinty Special 2019: The Girls are Back in Town0

    In the past, generations of British girls were entertained by comics with names like Sally, Judy, Diana, Debbie, Emma, June, Penny, Sandie, and Tina. The respective title character would serve as a mascot, while each issue contained a collection of stories about the exploits of various young heroines. D.C. Thomson’s Bunty, which ran from 1958 to

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  • Hope in the Face of Adversity: Corinne McCreery on Supergirl

    Hope in the Face of Adversity: Corinne McCreery on Supergirl0

    This might come as a surprise to some, but Corinne McCreery really loves Supergirl [WHAT?! —Ed.]. And it’s no wonder. Supergirl is a beacon of honesty and being true to yourself and passionately fighting for the things and people she cares about, which is a great description of Cori, too. But let’s let Cori speak

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  • Who Run The Magical World? Chatting With Lilah Sturges About The Magicians: Alice’s Story

    Who Run The Magical World? Chatting With Lilah Sturges About The Magicians: Alice’s Story0

    Forget Hogwarts. Brakebils College is where the magic is at. Lev Grossman’s The Magicians trilogy explores the school’s magical curriculum with danger, famous alumni, and only a few deaths per academic year. The series spun off into a hit TV show on SyFy, concluding its fourth season in April. Now, a new graphic novel from Lumberjanes writer

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  • Unearth Horror With Cullen Bunn and Baldemar Rivas

    Unearth Horror With Cullen Bunn and Baldemar Rivas0

    Like any good horror, Unearth introduces you to the grotesque in the gentlest way possible: by letting the innocence of a child take you by the hand. The child leads Dr. McCommick, Dr. Reyes, and Lt. Morris to the abominations that have developed from a mysterious flesh-eating disease. The mystery of the disease leads the

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  • The Extraordinary Cassie Anderson

    The Extraordinary Cassie Anderson0

    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 own

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