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  • Con Diary: ECCC, The Convention Unconventional

    Con Diary: ECCC, The Convention Unconventional0

    It feels like we were just writing about convention season ending, and now here we are in the midst of a new one. I confess going into this year’s ECCC with a little trepidation. Last year, the day after the convention was the beginning of our several-week-long site outage. It was a stressful mess, coming

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  • Project GraphicBio: Interview with Dr. Candida Rifkind

    Project GraphicBio: Interview with Dr. Candida Rifkind0

    Professor Candida Rifkind has recently concluded a years-long project called Project GraphicBio at University of Winnipeg. Funded in part by a 2015-18 Insight Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, she studied biographies in graphic form, with various groups of students for several semesters. I first heard about the project through

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  • Dan Parent on Creating Kevin Keller and Drawing Batman

    Dan Parent on Creating Kevin Keller and Drawing Batman0

    Dan Parent is almost synonymous with Archie—having drawn Archie Comics for over 30 years, he has become intrinsically tied to the series. But recently, he had the opportunity to delve into another world—one featuring beloved DC Comics heroes Batman, Robin, and Batgirl—and he loved every minute! We caught up with Dan Parent at the Toronto

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  • WWAC Asks… #EmeraldCityComicCon #WWACSwimsuitChallenge

    WWAC Asks… #EmeraldCityComicCon #WWACSwimsuitChallenge0

    WWAC has been on a campaign for quite some time for Marvel to bring back the swimsuit issue, and for those creators who share our love of swimsuit issues–we see you, and we support you. But honestly, we think every publisher should put out a swimsuit issue. For our newest convention column, WWAC Asks, I

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  • On a Sunbeam is Beautiful, Kind, and Not About Men

    On a Sunbeam is Beautiful, Kind, and Not About Men0

    On a Sunbeam Tillie Walden First Second (US), Avery Hill (UK) October 2, 2018 In Tillie Walden’s On a Sunbeam, kids go to school in giant floating buildings. The world is awash in rusty reds, sunny yellows, and dusky blues, and construction workers fly from world to world in spaceships that look like fish. People

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  • Top Cow Pubwatch: March

    Top Cow Pubwatch: March0

    Welcome to the Top Cow Pubwatch, where I check out what’s been going on at the Cow and what’s coming up. First up, in the news, there are a few quick hits to check out, as well as some exciting news and comics to look out for.

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