If you need a gift for the Robin Hood enthusiast in your life, look no further than Oni Press’ Merry Men.
Ahead of New York Comic Con, Oni Press released information about several upcoming titles slated for 2019, including the horror mini-series Morning In America. From writer Magdalene Visaggio (Quantum Teens Are Go!, Eternity Girl, Oh S#!T IT’S KIM & KIM) and artist Claudia Aguirre (Kim & Kim, We Are the Danger), Morning In America is about a failing Ohio […]
by Sara L. Jewell On Thursday morning, for the second consecutive year, NYCC kicked off by hosting a full track of off-site programming for educators, librarians and comics professionals at the New York Public library. With topics ranging from building a classroom curriculum around Marjorie Liu’s Monstress to “#RepresentationMatters In Your School Library”, the day’s programming placed a […]
Oni Press have just sent out a press release announcing that they’ve launched a free webcomics hub for readers, collecting work including Sarah Graley’s Kim Reaper, Megan Rose Gedris’ Spectacle, and the recently-launched Draw The Vote, the ‘anthology’ collecting together 52 stories on how to vote later this year – one for each State or… American area. This […]
New miniseries from Magdalene Visaggio and Claudia Aguirre starts with a series of disappearances in smalltown Ohio, circa 1983.
Just in case you weren’t aware, Comic-Con International: San Diego starts today, and The Beat is on the scene to report all sorts of amazing stuff! While our team scour a large part of 92101, I’m ensconced in an undisclosed location in New York City, the designated survivor, babysitting a cute dachshund as my friend […]
Each week, Alex Lu is highlighting the work of some of the coolest illustrators of our generation. Know anyone who should be featured (including yourself)? Email email@example.com. This Week: Cat Farris, alongside writer Pamela Ribon, has crafted the greatest love story of our time. If you thought The Shape of Water was surreal, wait until you […]
Have you heard of My Boyfriend is a Bear yet? If you’re not on the hype train for this fantastic new Oni Press OGN written by Pamela Ribon and drawn by Cat Farris yet, you should be. It’s about a young twenty-something, Nora, who’s had a hard time dating in LA (for real though, who hasn’t?). However, […]
This week’s biggest debuting comics belonged to Image Comics with the supernatural horror mindbender Gideon Falls and the much anticipated Kirkman pre-tv property Oblivion Song. That’s not to say the industry as a whole didn’t keep up as Dynamite took the legend of The Green Hornet in a bold direction while Oni gave Rick & Morty fans […]
What pronouns are, why they matter, and how to use them are all questions that you may not know the answer to. That’s okay. Help is on the way in the form of a lovely little book from Limerence Press, an imprint of Oni Press, called A Quick and Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns. It comes to […]