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Comic-Con@Home: The Importance of Representation in Comics Journalism

Comics Journalism 2021: Representation Matters: How do we promote greater representation in comics journalism? Whether making sure that writers from marginalized groups are heard, engaging with work from diverse viewpoints, or confronting institutionalized biases, comics journalists and editors have more responsibility than ever to make sure that their sites and staffs reflect the diversity of…

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INTERVIEW: It’s Not What You Thought It Would Be With Lizzy Stewart

London-based illustrator Lizzy Stewart is best known for her children’s books, but with It’s Not What You Thought It Would Be, we see what coming of age means through the eyes of several young women. Exploring their winding paths to adulthood through previously self-published short stories, Stewart’s new graphic novel from Fantagraphics will be available…

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Comic-Con@Home: The Top Cow Panel: The Darkness 25th Anniversary

Top Cow Panel: Darkness 25th Anniversary: It has been 25 years since Top Cow Productions unleashed the medium’s most prolific, anti-hero indie franchises in the modern age at comic book stores worldwide: The Darkness. Don’t miss Top Cow legends Marc Silvestri (founder, CEO) and Matt Hawkins (president, COO), along with Marguerite Bennett (writer, Witchblade) and…

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