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Ricardo Serrano Denis

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Ricardo Serrano is a Social Studies teacher with a Master's Degree in Comics from the University of Dundee in Scotland. He's also the co-creator of Se Habla Comics, a Puerto Rican podcast geared towards Spanish-speaking comic book readers.
Black Comics Expo 19 FEAT

The Black Comics Expo bets on Afrofuturism to lead the way...

The Black Comics Expo makes a strong case for the future of black creativity.

The Black Comics Expo takes over the BAM this Sunday! Also,...

Black Comics, Afrofuturism, and Afro-Feminist VR awaits this Sunday at the BAM!

Art Spiegelman and Neal Adams go back to school for Fanfaire...

A comic book festival from the high school that Neal Adams and Art Spiegelman went to!

An important year ahead for Latinxs in comics

Do Latino comics creators have a mainstream visibility issue? Where do creators like George Perez and Fabián Nicieza fall in the history of Latino writers comics?
Incursion feature

Preview: Come on through to the Deadside with Valiant’s Incursion

Valiant is the king of the limited-series event. They tend to stay within 4-issues and are mostly self-contained. They are easy to follow, rich...

Advanced Review: Bloodshot Rising Spirit #3 is a gleefully violent romp...

Bloodshot: Rising Spirit #3 Written by KEVIN GREVIOUX Art by KEN LASHLEY, OLIVER BORGES, RYAN WINN Cover A by FELIPE MASSAFERA Cover B by HARVEY TOLIBAO Variant Cover by RYAN BODENHEIM Pre-Order Edition Cover by KEN...
Punk Mambo feature

These Punk Mambo #1 covers show how well punk and voodoo...

Valiant has a smart approach to introducing new series into its expanding line-up. Whether it be through established on-going series or big scale events,...

EXCLUSIVE: You’ll Drop Dead When you See the Gorgeously Terrifying Art...

With an exclusive Q&A with series writer Jordie Bellaire and editor Jeanine Schaefer

Black Comic Book Festival ’19 was a revolutionary celebration of blackness...

The 7th annual Black Comic Book Festival, which took place on January 18-19 at the Schomburg Center in Harlem, was a fierce statement on...

Preview: Livewire #2 shows saving humanity might make you its enemy

Valiant’s Livewire is not just another superhero comic. It’s a contemplation on public perception and identity, where saving innocent lives doesn’t automatically result in...
Aquaman featured

Here’s why THE DROWNING should be the next AQUAMAN movie

When I opened my copy of the new Shazam comic a week or so ago, I was almost punched in the face by a...