After a brief hiatus, we’re back with three new crowdfunding projects that should be on your radar.
Writer Jordan Clark talks about creating his mini-comic about the Black experience in America with artist Ahmara Smith, what it means to be an ally, and how we can do a better job of meeting the moment.
The prolific cartoonist talks about creating in the age of Trump and opens up about her process in advance of her upcoming collection from Image Comics, ME THE PEOPLE.
Is fan polarization part of the fun of geekdom or is something else at work? We talk to GeekGirlCon co-founder Jennifer Stuller to find out.
Here’s a peak at what’s coming up from Blizzard Publishing
Once and for all, there’s no such thing as a fake geek girl.
Creators Paul Levitz, Scott McCloud, Emil Ferris and Richard Bruning talk about the continued legacy of Will Eisner and how his audacity to break the mold continues to inspire the graphic novel medium today.
Best-selling YA authors Tomi Adeyemi, Daniel José Older, Victoria Schwab, Maggie Stiefvater and Kiersten White talk about writing, trauma, and why poop jokes aren’t just for kids.
The director of the upcoming documentary ‘From the Bridge’ is joined by a star studded panel to talk about how fandom shaped their life.
Summer, a comic about being young and in love, offers a fresh and inventive take on storytelling using the social media platform, Instagram.