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Andrea Ayres

Andrea Ayres writes about comics and representation in pop-culture.

Will comics ever get a union? Sasha Bassett plans to find...

After the Lion Forge and Oni Press merger was announced, Sasha Bassett decided she wanted to help unionize comics.

Creator Resource Wants Cons to Commit to More Diverse Guest Rosters

Stephanie Cooke wants cons to commit to more diverse guest rosters, starting with 30%.

John Cho to Lead Netflix’s Live-Action COWBOY BEBOP as Spike

Get a load of Netflix's cast for the live-action TV adaptation of 'Cowboy Bebop'

We Baked these Cookies from MAKER COMICS: BAKE LIKE A PRO!...

Come along as we Bake Like A Pro! with First Second's new Maker Comics, a series of DIY graphic novels dedicated to getting people moving and making.

Crowdfunding Watch: Life, Death and Stories That Need Telling

To help ring in the start of fall, we bring you two crowdfunding projects celebrating life, renewal and death.

Crowdfunding Watch: Get Your Head in the Clouds with 3 New...

Three new crowdfunding projects to wet your whistle this weekend.

SPX Preview: ‘smallness’ Tells a Big Story About Being Human

Ashanti Fortson weaves a beautiful story of forgiveness and failure with 'smallness'. The one-shot comic will debut at SPX, here's our preview.

Crowdfunding Watch: RomComs and Melodic Interludes

We're back with three new crowdfunding projects that are sure to set your heart aglow.

STATEMENT: The Valkyries Disbands Citing Failure to Serve its Community

The organization of women comic book shop owners known as The Valkyries has announced its intent to disband after failing in its mission statement.

Crowdfunding Watch: Lose Yourself With These 3 New Comics

The last few weeks of summer are here, so let's get lost with these three Crowdfunding projects.

These 10 Tweets Prove #VisibleWomen Is Back and Better Than Ever

August 20 marked another #VisibleWomen hashtag event on the social media platform Twitter. We rounded up 10 of our favorite artists, creators, illustrators and all-around awesome folks, for your viewing pleasure.

How #ShareYourRejection Reminds Us That Failure is Normal

Rejection. It happens to us all, but no one talks about it. A trending hashtag on Twitter changed that. See what these seven authors, writers and artists had to say about facing rejection.