• Kaylee Rowena on The Scent of May Rain

    Kaylee Rowena on The Scent of May Rain0

    The Scent of May Rain is a new graphic novella from Weekend Warrior comics, written by Mark O. Stack and Rae Epstein and drawn by Kaylee Rowena. The story follows the existence of a golem woman for a hundred years, exploring her changing sense of identity and purpose in society through her relationships with the

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  • Stephanie Phillips on Butcher of Paris, World Wars, and Researching History

    Stephanie Phillips on Butcher of Paris, World Wars, and Researching History0

    They say truth is stranger, and scarier, than fiction, and Stephanie Phillips’ latest limited series, Butcher of Paris, is about to prove that fact. Phillips, writer of The Devil Within, and Descendent, is no stranger to history, horror, and mystery. But with Butcher of Paris, she delves into true crime territory that hits a little close

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  • WWAC Asks: WonderCon 2019 Edition

    WWAC Asks: WonderCon 2019 Edition0

    WonderCon was a blur this year, but for WWAC’s new convention column, WWAC Asks, I trekked the artist alley and posed a question… “If you could work with any artist or writer, dead or alive who would it be and why?”

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  • MD Marie Talks Vindication, Creativity, and Why She’s Like a Rubik’s Cube

    MD Marie Talks Vindication, Creativity, and Why She’s Like a Rubik’s Cube0

    Science fiction and steampunk author MD Marie is best known for her series The Saints of Winter Valley, described as the Wild West meets Judge Dredd meets the Terminator, as  well as Cinders of Angels, a thriller about a woman who gains superpowers trying to save her sister, set against the backdrop of a battle between

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  • 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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