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The award-winning March series is incredible. If you haven’t read it yet, go do it now. I’ll wait. In the meantime, synopsis! The March trilogy is a black and white graphic novel trilogy about the U.S. Civil Rights Movement, told … Continue reading
Yeah yeah yeah; everyone’s all about San Diego Comic-Con right now, and probably will be ’til it wraps on July 24th. But what about folks who actually want to, oh y’know, discuss COMIC BOOKS? So many comic-cons get wrapped up … Continue reading
Here they are, folks! This year’s Ignatz Award nominees! The Ignatz awards “recognizes exceptional work that challenges popular notions of what comics can achieve”, and this year’s nominees do that and more. I’m especially happy to see Super Mutant Magic … Continue reading
If you’re a fan of comics, you’ve definitely heard of Scott McCloud. I love How to Understand Comics, as well as his other how-to books. And who doesn’t love Bill Griffith’s Zippy the Pinhead? As an 80s gal, I know I … Continue reading
Small Press Expo Announces Kate Beaton, Luke Pearson and Noelle Stevenson to Celebrate SPX’s 21st Birthday
I’ll let this release do all the heavy lifting, as they do an excellent job discussing their newest guests for this year’s SPX. (September 19th & 20th, 2015. Mark your calendars, small-press comics fans!) But if you’ve never read Hark! … Continue reading
Summer’s wrapping up; Back-To-School stuff is on store shelves, and did I see pumpkins and bats at the craft store? (Hint: yes.) So that means it’s time for the Small Press Expo to release it’s yearly crop of top-notch small … Continue reading
Dig the indie scene man? The SPX (Small Press Expo) is where it’s at, for indie comics. It’s the weekend after the big Baltimore Comic-Con blowout, so if you’re a fan o’ comics there’s no need to choose between the … Continue reading
The Small Press Expo ain’t just about getting your Indie Comic Book cred. It’s also a showcase of talent that may have been flying under your radar. Thanks to the Ignatz Awards, you can get a look at what all … Continue reading