• Black Comix Returns With A Bang!

    Black Comix Returns With A Bang!0

    Black Comix Returns Damian Duffy (curator) & John Jennings (curator) The Magnetic Collection at Lion Forge (Publisher) Release Date: February 20, 2018 The comics world is often a homogenous mix of the same white male writers and creators, making the same comics. Often PoC are not recruited to tell their own stories. In 2017 Roxane

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  • Paradiso is a Post-Apocalyptic Breath of Fresh Air

    Paradiso is a Post-Apocalyptic Breath of Fresh Air1

    Paradiso Aditya Bidikar (letterer), Dearbhla Kelly (colorist), Devmalya Pramanik (writer), Alex Sollazzo (colorist), Ram V (writer) Image Comics December 6, 2017 Inspired by a road trip, writer Ram V and his architect friend Rajiv Bhakat set off to see historic cities across India. The result is Paradiso, a comic unlike any other. Set in a

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  • Kat Tsai: Visible Woman

    Kat Tsai: Visible Woman0

    Her imagery invokes a magic conjured by hushed shades and bright pastels. There is a strong sense of colorful harmony to each one of her illustrations, to each panel of her self-produced comics. The palettes chosen for different themes, times of day, and character design have a symmetry to them that draws the eye into

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  • Kickstarter: Interview with Artist Katie Wadley (dorkbait)

    Kickstarter: Interview with Artist Katie Wadley (dorkbait)0

    You might know artist Katie Wadley from her three successful Kickstarter campaigns, two of which were compilations of her Bucky Barnes centric Inktober series. Or you’ve seen her work in Raw, the Hannibal fanwork anthology, and more recently the Steve Rogers/Bucky Barnes fanwork anthology, Not Without You. She has a new Kickstarter for a Marvel

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  • Colorist on Color: Rico Renzi

    Colorist on Color: Rico Renzi0

    This week’s installment of Colorists on Coloring we interview Rico Renzi. You’ll recognize his iconic work from Marvel’s Squirrel-Girl & Spider-Gwen. Rico has a very innovative mind and a sweet heart. You can support him by picking up his work from No Longer Mint, attending Heroes Con in Charlotte, NC or giving him a digital

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  • Review: What Parsifal Saw

    Review: What Parsifal Saw0

    What Parsifal Saw Ron Rege Jr. (Writer & Artist) Fantagraphics Books March 2017 Fantagraphics provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. In his previous collected work, Cartoon Utopia, Ron Rege Jr. suggested that readers read the book like a textbook. Not necessarily in sequential order. Looking for bits and pieces

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