• An Interview With Sarah Stern, Comics Person

    An Interview With Sarah Stern, Comics Person0

    Sarah Stern has provided the rich color work I’ve appreciated in many BOOM! titles, including Goldie Vance and Giant Days. At FlameCon this summer, I was excited to meet her and to be introduced to her webcomic, Cindersong. Sarah, whose business card reads, “Comics Person,” balances between solo work on Cindersong and color work on various

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  • My First Comic: Bunty Comics Annual 1985

    My First Comic: Bunty Comics Annual 19850

    I always tell people that the first comics I really got into were Gaiman’s The Sandman, Transmetropolitan by Ellis, or Preacher by Ennis. However, the truth is that Bunty Annual 1985 was my introduction to the world of comics. Bunty comics was a British publication aimed at girls. I don’t know if someone bought it

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  • Oni Press MEGA PUBWATCH: Three Months of Glorious Comics!

    Oni Press MEGA PUBWATCH: Three Months of Glorious Comics!0

    Welcome to the official Oni Press Pubwatch here at WWAC. I, Jazmine, will be your guide through the wild landscape of Rick and Morty comics, Invader Zim tomfoolery, and the wonderfully cute Kaijumax series. Now, this is just gonna be your standard Pubwatch scenario. Nothing too out of the box, I’m just gonna jump in

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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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  • Praise Carol and Pass the Apocrypha!

    Praise Carol and Pass the Apocrypha!0

    The Gospel of Carol: Radical Teen Study Edition John S. Troutman Troutcave Comics The Gospel of Carol traces the life of Carol, the daughter of God, her brothers Thomas and Jesus, and her sister Miriam. She, not Jesus, is the Messiah, but people aren’t as willing to receive the Word of God from a woman

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  • Compact Magazine: A Look at Women in New Zealand’s War-Time Comics

    Compact Magazine: A Look at Women in New Zealand’s War-Time Comics0

    It’s widely accepted that World War Two offered women temporary opportunities to step into male-dominated roles. In the case of New Zealand, they may have joined the newly established auxiliary forces, or taken on civilian roles made vacant when men enlisted. When I found that the war-time New Zealand Air Force magazine Contact – a

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