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  • Previously on Comics: Just Subscribe To Shortbox, Thanks

    Previously on Comics: Just Subscribe To Shortbox, Thanks0

    News this week started off big when the story of Dave McKean and Jack Gantos’ book, A Suicide Bomber Sits In The Library, went viral. Gantos and McKean, two white men, created a book purportedly about a child bomber, who is moved to nonviolence by the act of…reading Western literature. It’s a blatantly racist and

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  • Previously in Comics: An Ever-Expanding Universe

    Previously in Comics: An Ever-Expanding Universe0

    • News
    • October 29, 2018

    Good morning. After a mostly quiet early week, the comics world punched things into overdrive over the weekend.

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  • Man-Eaters #1: A Beast is in the Heart

    Man-Eaters #1: A Beast is in the Heart0

    Man-Eaters #1 Chelsea Cain (writer), Joe Caramagna (letterer), Stella Greenvoss (additional interior art), Kate Niemczyk (pencils & inks), Rachelle Rosenberg (colorist) Image Comics September 26, 2018 Two years ago, Cain, Caramagna, Niemczyk, and Rosenberg created one of my favorite comics in recent memory, Mockingbird, which took a B-list (and powerless) Avenger and made her into a

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  • V.E. Schwab Talks Crossing Into Comics With Shades of Magic: The Steel Prince

    V.E. Schwab Talks Crossing Into Comics With Shades of Magic: The Steel Prince0

    V.E. Schwab thought she’d left her Shades of Magic series behind with the conclusion of the trilogy in A Conjuring of Light. But she realized that there were still more stories to tell, even as she worked on the sequel to her first book Vicious. Her new trilogy, Threads of Power, will step into the future

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  • My First Comic: Enter Sandman

    My First Comic: Enter Sandman0

    Four years ago, everything I knew about comics came from Saturday morning cartoons (X-Men, BTAS, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I honestly didn’t read comics. I knew we had a local comic shop, but had never been there. I really wasn’t all that interested in comics as a storytelling medium.

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  • Jinty: ’70s Schoolgirl Sci-Fi Still Relevant in 2018

    Jinty: ’70s Schoolgirl Sci-Fi Still Relevant in 20180

    Jinty Vol. 1: The Human Zoo & The Land of No Tears Pat Mills, Malcolm Shaw (writers), Guy Peeters (artist) Rebellion Publishing June 28, 2018 (UK release), July 11, 2018 (US release) A review copy of this book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. While the boys of 1970s Britain

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