Tag: Sam Maggs

IDW Pubwatch January 2020

IDW Pubwatch April 2020

Welcome to the April IDW Pubwatch. I know the world is burning around us but here’s something to distract you: a few exciting comics that will take your mind away, at least for a little while. There isn’t much news coming out of IDW—for obvious reasons—but I do have some comic book reviews as well…

A screenshot of the 2019 LibraryCon virtual entrance

LibraryCon Summons “All Book Nerds, Librarians, and Fans of Graphic Novels, SF, and Fantasy”

Returning for its third year, LibraryCon opened its virtual doors for one day on November 6, welcoming book nerds, librarians, educators, and fans of comics and speculative fiction. Offering live webcast talks and ample networking opportunities, LibraryCon is a “celebration of fandom-beloved stories and characters, featuring the creators behind mind-bending speculative fiction, innovative comics, and…

Sam Maggs (photo by Krissy Myers)

A Wonderful History: Sam Maggs’ “Wonder Women” is a Must-Read

Wonder Women: 25 Innovators, Inventors, and Trailblazers Who Changed History Written by Sam Maggs, Illustrated by Sophia Foster-Dimino Quirk Books October 4, 2016 Writing a book about the incredible women history is a daunting task. There’s the lack and legitimacy of sources, the legends, and the biases. There’s also the need for fresh narratives – discussions of…

Close
Menu