The Black Comics Expo makes a strong case for the future of black creativity.
What starts as a simple fantasy premise unfolds into something much more… what it means to be self-aware; to be alive. WARNING: This review contains spoilers for Self–Made issues 1-3. The first issue’s cover alone hints at the true nature of the story, but it begins with Amala, a warrior of Arcadia, a kingdom ravaged […]
Black Comics, Afrofuturism, and Afro-Feminist VR awaits this Sunday at the BAM!
A comic book festival from the high school that Neal Adams and Art Spiegelman went to!
Jack Kirby’s NEW GODS and Busiek and Immonen’s SUPERMAN: SECRET IDENTITY are some of the highlights of the service’s new comic additions.
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, new character series tend to lift off from #0 issues or one-shots that test the waters to see if they catch on (as was the case with War Mother). This is exactly […]
With an exclusive Q&A with series writer Jordie Bellaire and editor Jeanine Schaefer
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 widespread acceptance. Vita Ayala, Raúl Allén, and Patricia Martin are not the first creators to tackle this subject, but they are amongst the few to really dig into the personal sufferings […]
The ten weirdest content moderation decisions Tumblr has made this week
“In this industry, we tend to forget that human life can also tell an amazing story that people should definitely see.”