Stephanie Cooke wants cons to commit to more diverse guest rosters, starting with 30%.
HAWI introduces comics’ first female Ethiopian superhero.
Bob Wayne delivering the #ComicsPro2019 keynote. I could listen to him talk for hours. #comics pic.twitter.com/lb3eHaDkjR — Alter Ego Comics (@AlterEgoComics) February 22, 2019 Continuing our ComicsPRO wrap-up, the text of Bob Wayne’s keynote address has been released. Wayne was in charge of sales and marketing at DC Comics for, well, many many years, […]
A Blues-playing, black sorcerer wants to know why there’s a price on his head.
Nowhere Man is a great example of black superheroes done right.
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?
By Adam Karenina Sherif Content Warnings: sexual assault, sexism, racism This past weekend at NYCC saw a number of panels which earnestly attempted to push into more critical comics territory. Moderator Elana Levin, a comics podcaster and digital political organiser, guided the panel through a series of topics which offered some especially engaging […]
ALMOST DONE! DOCTOR STRANGE (2016) DID I FALL ASLEEP? No. DID I LIKE THE MUSIC? Didn’t do much for me. EDIT: As many have pointed out, this was also by the great Michael Giacchino, but it did not capture my attention as I was multi tasking. WHAT ELSE DID I NOTICE: I saw this twice […]
The 2018 Glyph Award nominees have been announced, rewarding the best in black-themed comics. Winners will be presented at the ECBACC convention on May 19th. Judges for this year’s awards include Shenkarr Davis, André LeRoy Davis, M. Asli Dukan, Micheline Hess, Regine Sawyer and Alex Simmons. STORY OF THE YEAR A.W.O.L.; Elvira Carrizal-Dukes, writer, […]
Culture, diversity, and food take the spotlight in Marvel New Media’s newest offerings