• Previously on Comics: Cultural Change

    Previously on Comics: Cultural Change1

    The Prism Comics Queer Press Grant submissions period remains open until the last day of February (that’s the 28th . . . just in case). Get yourself two thousand dollars and some PR help—it’s worth a punt. Further details are at the link: go! Kelly Thompson has been secured by an exclusive agreement with Marvel, hiking

  • Previously On Comics

    Previously On Comics0

    Good morning! It’s been an eventful couple of weeks. Let’s start with the most important: Kate Beaton’s sister is sick, and needs support. She’s struggling with a very aggressive form of cancer, and it’s severe enough that they’re pursuing special clinical trials. Kate provides some further explanation here: I wrote this out, I hope not

  • When Poison Ivy Fought Eddie Berganza2

    NOTE: The grammar of this article has been updated, due to an initial tech problem resulting in an unproved copy being published. The tenth paragraph has been added for clarity. Additionally, this now includes a final statement from Amy Chu. Back in January 2016 DC comics published Poison Ivy’s first (and only) solo mini series

  • DC Suspends Eddie Berganza Amid Sexual Harassment Allegations Resurfacing0

    • November 12, 2017

    On Friday, Buzzfeed published an article by Jessica Testa, Tyler Kingkade and Jay Edidin exposing the inaction DC Comics have taken on allegations against DC group editor Eddie Berganza. This is something that has been an open “secret” in comic circles for several years. To illustrate this point, our own coverage of the matter, which