• Previously On Comics: Charity and Foolishness

    Previously On Comics: Charity and Foolishness0

    Most important things first: Noted comics creator Jon Rosenberg could use your help. Jon’s son Alec was born premature, and has cerebral palsy as a result of complications from that. He needs spinal surgery, and Jon’s insurance won’t cover the year of therapy Alec will need after that to relearn how to walk. They’re nearly

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  • Previously, On Comics: Festivals, Fashion, and Phoenix

    Previously, On Comics: Festivals, Fashion, and Phoenix0

    As the first day of autumn approached this week, the comics world planned multiple comic cons, engaged in fashion discussion, and announced the return of a beloved X-Men character from a time long past. When you’re thinking of this week, don’t forget the Ignatz Awards, which focus on small press publication and include nine categories

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  • Previously On Comics: Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say

    Previously On Comics: Say What You Mean, Mean What You Say2

    Last week, on 9/11, G.I. Joe writer Aubrey Sitterson shared some rather charged opinions about that day and the United States’ collective response to it. Because this is comics, everyone who heard this opinion did so calmly and shared an equally calm reacti–ahahahahahahaha. No, of course, there’s a campaign to get him fired. Disingenuous sorts

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  • Previously On Comics: Awards and Demerits

    Previously On Comics: Awards and Demerits0

    What happened in comics last week? Howard Chaykin. Again. After Image Comics pulled the cover to Divided States of Hysteria #4 and issued a public statement that was underwhelming in its own right, Chaykin decided to double down, contradicting even that statement in an interview with the website Freaksugar. In it, Chaykin defends his work vehemently, showing

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  • Previously On Comics: Manga News from Anime Expo

    Previously On Comics: Manga News from Anime Expo0

    Hello readers! It’s a holiday weekend for many people but regardless of whether that is the case for you, I hope the past few days have been treating you well. While you’re gearing up for the week ahead, why don’t we catch up on some headlines from the world of comics? This past weekend was

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  • Previously on Comics: Eisner-Nominated Edition

    Previously on Comics: Eisner-Nominated Edition0

    Happy Free Comic Book (News) Monday! How was your FCBD? Did you check out Ardo’s awesome guide to Free Comic Book Day, and Alenka’s review of Spill Night? (You can take a peek and come back, I won’t tell.) Onward to comics news!

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