By Deanna Destito Princesses are taking back the power this November in Netflix’s She-Ra and the Princesses of Power. While most of the beloved characters from the original ‘80s series will be there, this reimagining puts more emphasis on power, what it means, and why the princesses—plural—have it. With Adora leading the way, the idea of just how powerful women can be, especially […]
It was a full day of activity at the first day of New York Comic Con. Some quick observations: View this post on Instagram @comixace live from Artist Alley at #NYCC #NYCC 2018 #beatnycc18 A post shared by The Beat (@comicsbeat) on Oct 4, 2018 at 11:19am PDT • The new Artist Alley in […]
By Samantha Puc Ahead of premiering the full season one trailer of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power (which you can see below) at New York Comic Con 2018, creator and executive producer Noelle Stevenson, Adora/She-Ra voice actor Aimee Carrero, Glimmer voice actor Karen Fukuhara, and Bow voice actor Marcus Scribner joined panel moderator Krutika Mallikarjuna at the Hammerstein […]
“For the Honor of Grayskull!”
In its fourth year, Flame Con continues to be a haven for diverse voices among indie creators, artists and the fans that love them.
Noelle Stevenson posts a “year in review” comic every December. The creator of Nimona and now showrunner on She-Ra doesn’t do many comics these days, which is sad, and these show her in a rare autobiographical mood. It’s not Stevenson’s usual genre, but when she goes there it’s powerful stuff. This year’s directly addresses how […]
You’re 25 years old and you’ve already created a beloved webcomic/graphic novels, helped launch a YA comic that reset gender roles, been a National Book Award finalist, been nominated for Eisner, Harvey and GLAAD awards, and written for Disney’s Wander over Yonder. What on earth do you do next? For Noelle Stevenson, the answer is […]
Just in time for her selection as comics industry Person of the Year, Noelle Stevenson has been announced as the creator of the key art for the 2016 MoCCA Arts Festival. MoCCA and Stevenson go back a ways: back in 2013 her student piece “Knight of Swords” was featured in MoCCA’s Student Scholarship Competition. Stevenson was just a student at the Maryland Institute College of Art at the time. She’s gone on to become a regular exhibitor at MoCCA, and hopefully in 2016 as well.
The votes are in! And after an exceptionally close race, for the second year in a row a prominent YA graphic novelist has taken Person of the Year.
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