• Get On With Ron: Ronald Wimberly, Cartoonist in Profile

    Get On With Ron: Ronald Wimberly, Cartoonist in Profile3

    You may have heard of Ronald Wimberly. Perhaps you discovered him through The Nib when they published “Lighten Up,” in which he discusses being told by an X-Men editor to lighten a character’s skin, and then elaborates on the complexity of skin tone, race, ethnicity, and mainstream comics’ narrow view on the subject. Maybe you’re a

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  • Loving Parody: Jason’s Twist on Genre Films

    Loving Parody: Jason’s Twist on Genre Films0

    B-movie monsters, private detectives, vampire hunters and damsels in distress—Jason loves them all, and he loves to make fun of them all. From High Noon to The Big Sleep, he has re-written old genre stories with the twist of dark, deadpan humor that has become his signature. While it’s obvious that he genuinely loves spaghetti

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  • The Concept of Epiphanies: Rebecca Fox in Profile

    The Concept of Epiphanies: Rebecca Fox in Profile0

    Up-and-coming graphic novelist Rebecca Fox’s work is defined by strong lines and piercing philosophical questions. A talented artist and storyteller, Fox, 32, is in the midst of prepping her first graphic novel for publication. Set to hit bookshelves next year, her book will be made up of twelve separate, but conceptually linked comics, each with a very

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