Ley Lines is a project I’ve followed closely since it’s launch in 2014. The mission statement of Kevin Czap & L Nichols, the founders of this quarterly publication is ambitious, Ley Lines (…) is dedicated to exploring the intersection of comics and the various fields of art & culture. In essence, having a dialog between comics and […]
And here’s the fourth and final part of our creator survey, where we look at what inspires creators, what they’re working on and what 2017 may being. Thanks to everyone who participated – and you’ll fine a bunch of previews of work from Legend of Korra to Czap Books to Thanos.
“As you live your life, you take in whatever pieces of information you can from your culture, the people around you, and it’s related to things going on in the larger theater of the world but it’s really only through your experience and the information you have access to that you’re able to put it together. “
The CXC festival was held over the last four days in Columbus and the Sunday night driving home tweets were all very happy. I’ve pieced together the award winners from Tweets and Instagrams and what not. You can see more photos and news at the CXC FB page. The CXC Master Award was shared […]