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George Carmona 3rd

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George Carmona 3rd is an Artist/Designer/Writer, former Milestone Media Intern, former DC Comics paper pusher, book lover, lifelong comic geek, has been in 4 Star Trek novels, rocked the tactical station on the Bridge Crew Simulator and held down the DS9 team on a panel at the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. Follow him on Twitter @gcarmona3. 

Black Lives Matter Comics: The systemic racism of policing in comics

Just a few examples of police brutality towards people of color in comics.

#BlackOutTuesday – Randolph, Osajyefo & Illidge on Black Excellence in comics

Khary Randolph, Kwanzaa Osajyefo, and Joseph Illidge had a frank and open discussion on race in comics and in real life. 

Yen Press returns to a galaxy far, far away with new...

Two Rebellion-era stories are making the leap to manga.

Corallo & Jackson announce a new Earth Day anthology benefitting the...

The environmental-themed anthology from the editors of the award-winning MINE! anthology will see proceeds go to the Natural Resources Defense Council.

INTERVIEW: Niya Garrett and Regine L. Sawyer on the XMOOR REBORN...

"We want to take all of his work to the stratosphere, exactly where he wanted it to be."

On The Scene: The Apollo hosts KAPOW! Careers in Comics and...

N. Steven Harris, Micheline Hess, Joseph Illidge, and Alitha Martinez spoke about their careers and the skills needed to have a lasting career in comics.

John Leguizamo and Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez explain why they’re crowdfunding their new...

The Beat sits down with the duo to discuss on their new crowdfunded comic

John Leguizamo launches PhenomX through Seed&Spark

John Leguizamo returns to comics with a new Latinx superhero.

Comics going uptown: The Color of Power: Heroes, Sheroes, & Their Creators...

Guest curated by Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez, the exhibit is presented by the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute (CCCADI).

Randolph, Osajyefo & Illidge on Black Excellence in comics

Khary Randolph, Kwanzaa Osajyefo, and Joseph Illidge had a frank and open discussion on race in comics and in real life. 

NYCC ’19: Look back on GAME OF THRONES and go behind...

These new coffee table books hit stores just in time for the holidays.