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

Crowdfunding Watch: Independent Spirits, Witches, and Bards

Celebrate independence with characters who buck the status quo in this week's Crowdfunding Watch.

INTERVIEW: Stephanie Cooke Talks Transparency and Creator Resource

Comics editor and writer Stephanie Cooke talks about creating an inclusive comics community with the launch of her new website, Creator Resource.

Webtoon Launches “Discover Creator” Contest With $80K in Prizes

Webtoon announces the return of their popular "Digital Creator" contest with a Grand Prize Payday totaling $80K for best story.

Crowdfunding Watch: Crossing Lines and Eating Games

Tabletop games you can eat?! Sign me up please and thank you. Check out the latest Crowdfunding Watch to discover what's new and exciting in creator owned projects.

Crowdfunding Watch: Carpet Merchants, Barbarous Landlords and Crime-Fighting Bards

We take a look at three gorgeously fun crowdfunding projects featuring: The Carpet Merchant of Konstantiniyya, Barbarous, and No Holds Bard.

E3 2018: Laugh at the Emptiness of Modern Life with “Cosmonet...

These two visual novels linked together by theme offered a short, fun and thought provoking take on modern life.

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Marguerite Bennett Says Goodbye to BOMBSHELLS

An exclusive interview with the writer of DC Bombshells: United, Marguerite Bennett about the series finale and whether or not this is really the end for the Bombshells.

E3 2018: Sony PlayStation Press Conference Highlights

Sony PlayStation's E3 press conference did not disappoint. We're here with trailers, release dates and highlights from the mind-numblingly jam-packed show.

E3 2018: ‘Sea of Solitude’ Steals the Show

How a haunting game about loneliness and monsters stole the show at EA Play.

Crowdfunding Watch: Sexy Space Stories and Vampire Heists, Oh My!

This week's Crowdfunding Watch focuses on misfit teams who are at their best when they are working together. From stealing vampire treasures, to fighting aliens and lustful embraces, these are three projects worth checking out.

INTERVIEW: Researchers Ask What Makes a Comics Convention Tick?

How do we make comic conventions better and prepare for the future of this growing cultural phenomenon? A team of researchers hopes to find out.

Crowdfunding Watch: The Graphic Novel Edition

This week's focus is on three graphic novels which help us explore and examine our humanity, humility and humor.