• Hiring Creators: Independent Publishers Have A Chat

    Hiring Creators: Independent Publishers Have A Chat0

    Independent comics publishers are always working with talent fresh from the freelance side of the comic book industry. How do they find great stories, with authors, artists, colorists, and letterers that can support their publisher vision? WWAC sat down with five publishers who are kicking in the doors in the comics world to bring diverse,

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  • Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty

    Previously, On Comics: Something Nice, Something Nasty0

    Happy May everyone and welcome back to your weekly comics news. It’s been a long week full of a variety of announcements and events. Let’s take a look!

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  • Afar: A Psychedelic Journey Through Worlds

    Afar: A Psychedelic Journey Through Worlds0

    Afar Leila del Duca (Writer), Kit Seaton (Artist), Taneka Stotts (Editor) Image Comics March 29, 2017 Ancient Egypt and all of its attendant art never fails to beguile the Western imagination. Unsurprisingly, it was the original reason that inspired me to pluck Leila del Duca and Kit Seaton’s Afar from a small bookstore shelf. It was

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  • Comics Has An Abuse Problem: Taneka Stotts Opens Up About Her Assault At SDCC

    Comics Has An Abuse Problem: Taneka Stotts Opens Up About Her Assault At SDCC3

    Comics has long been an industry rife with abuse, exploitation, and seriously problematic behavior from creators and publishers alike. But despite the apparently inevitable, many of us strive to make the space better, to excommunicate those who harm others, and to create authentic work that speaks to our lived experience whilst navigating the often racist,

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  • We Have Voices, Too: Milkshakes with Taneka Stotts

    We Have Voices, Too: Milkshakes with Taneka Stotts0

    • July 31, 2017

    She’s written multiple comics, like Deja Brew and Full Circle. She’s published the first fiery book in Elements, a series of anthologies that features creators of color, front and center. She’s been a champion for POC creators, and independent comics. She’s inspired and inspiring. She spends a lot of time reading comics out of her

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  • Small Press Bites: June 2017 – Pride Edition!

    Small Press Bites: June 2017 – Pride Edition!0

    June’s Small Press Bites features three queer stories by queer creators — just in time to stave off that post-Pride slump! Postseason Blues Kristen Rosa The second in her Meet Cute series of “gentle queer stories,” Postseason Blues is a familiar rueful tale of doomed love many a queer woman can relate to — crushing

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