‘Morning In America #1’ reviewed by John Seven
Time to go monster hunting.
Ahead of New York Comic Con, Oni Press released information about several upcoming titles slated for 2019, including the horror mini-series Morning In America. From writer Magdalene Visaggio (Quantum Teens Are Go!, Eternity Girl, Oh S#!T IT’S KIM & KIM) and artist Claudia Aguirre (Kim & Kim, We Are the Danger), Morning In America is about a failing Ohio […]
By William Henderson “Whatever happened to She-Hulk’s best friend Louise?” Representation matters, whether you’re a pre-teen struggling to label how you feel, or a queer comic book creator tired of gatekeepers preventing you from presenting your story how you want to tell it, or so panelists at Thursday’s 7th annual New York TimesOUT LGBTQ in […]
New miniseries from Magdalene Visaggio and Claudia Aguirre starts with a series of disappearances in smalltown Ohio, circa 1983.
Caroline Sharp is cursed with the gift of immortality. As a super-spy and a shapeshifter, Sharp has had a long career. But now she just wants things to end. And she’s finally found a way out of this life– but if she wants to use that ticket, she’ll have to take everyone else in the […]
The winners of this year’s DC Writers Workshop Class of 2017 have been announced and they are Sanya Anwar (1001), Ryan Cady (BIG MOOSE), Joey Esposito (PAWN SHOP, CAPTAIN ULTIMATE), Robert Jeffrey (ROUTE 3, RADIO FREE AMERIKA), Phillip Kennedy Johnson (LAST SONS OF AMERICA, WARLORDS OF APPALACHIA), and Magdalene Visaggio (KIM & KIM, QUANTUM TEENS ARE GO). The […]
In the week leading up to the 2017 Will Eisner Awards voting deadline this Friday, the Comics Beat will feature a series of “For Your Consideration” posts highlighting a number of the nominees as a celebration of their well-deserved acknowledgement. We’ll feature some never-before-seen behind the scenes content and some of the books’ gorgeous interiors. We encourage […]
On Sunday at BookCon I was honored to moderate a panel called, The New Mainstream: Diversity & Activism In Four Colors with Thi Bui (The Best We Could Do), Marjorie Liu (Monstress, X-Men), Joe Illidge (Catalyst Comics) and Magdalene Visaggio (Kim & Kim) to talk about making comics and how today’s rise in extremism and political turmoil […]