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?
Issues #5 and #6 are cancelled and issues #1-4 are returnable.
Another incident of abuse has arisen in the media, this time involving Border Town writer/creator Eric Esquivel.
The midterm elections are upon us and we need comics to survive it. This year’s voter turnout is projected to rival that of the 1960s, when the counterculture was at its peak and when the political rifts that divided the nation rivaled those that led to the Civil War a century earlier. Comics offered a […]
While Vertigo has certainly seen brighter days in recent years, it seems like things have finally turned around for the DC Comics imprint. Last week, its new socially conscious-driven lineup of titles launched with Border Town #1, a story about an Arizonan town called Devil’s Fork that stands by the U.S.-Mexican border and the border between […]
Alex reviews several new Vertigo firsts
Vertigo, one of the great, industry changing imprints, is getting a relaunch and a rebrand after a few years of going dark as mostly a vehicle for licensed comics. Executive editor Mark Doyle (who got his DC start at Vertigo) will oversee the line which will comprise seven new titles, encompassing “modern, socially relevant, […]