• 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

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  • No One’s Running the Asylum in The Unsound’s Lackluster Debut

    No One’s Running the Asylum in The Unsound’s Lackluster Debut0

    The Unsound #1 Cullen Bunn (Writer), Jack T. Cole (Artist) BOOM! Studios June 7, 2017 In the maiden voyage of writer Cullen Bunn and illustrator Jack T. Cole’s The Unsound, a young nurse named Ashli weathers her first day at Saint Cascia, a baroque insane asylum tucked away in an obscure corner of what I assume

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  • Review: La Borinqueña Short Story for CTRL+ALT Pop-Up Exhibition

    Review: La Borinqueña Short Story for CTRL+ALT Pop-Up Exhibition0

    La Borinqueña Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez (Writer), Matthew Barbot (Editor), Sabrina Cintron (Penciler), Eric Jimnez (Inks), Juan Fernandez (Colorist), William Rosado and Gustavo Vazquez (Breakdowns), Emilo Lopez (Cover Artist), Sabrina Cintron (Pin-up Artist) Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center November 12, 2016 Previously I spoke with Miranda-Rodriguez about his upcoming comic La Borinqueña set for release December 22nd of

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  • The Racial Medical Commentary in Alvin Hollingsworth’s DDT

    The Racial Medical Commentary in Alvin Hollingsworth’s DDT1

    Alvin Hollingsworth (1928-2000) was a comic strip illustrator and painter who grew up in New York City. His focus was primarily on contemporary social issues such as the Civil Rights Movement, women’s issues, and various other controversial themes at the time [We’ve a full profile on Hollingsworth coming — Ed.]. One of his most famous

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  • Milestone Media’s Jason Jones Scott Shares a Story of Racial Profiling

    Milestone Media’s Jason Jones Scott Shares a Story of Racial Profiling0

    It’s February: Black History Month, Martin Luther King Day, #BlackComicsMonth, and Dwayne McDuffie’s birthday all rolled into one month. An entire month meant to be a showcase of black pride in the US, celebrating and uplifting the voices, and creations of black people, highlighting the history that is whitewashed away in an attempt to minimize it. In

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  • Kurama: The Foxy Demon of My Dreams

    Kurama: The Foxy Demon of My Dreams3

    There are movies, television shows, cartoons, and characters that appealed to you greatly as a child that lose their shine as an adult. Nostalgia can do a lot for making up for poor quality content, but it can’t make Cat and Dog as appealing to me as it was when I was eight. Yet there

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