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Queerness in Comics: Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me

Exploring queerness in high school with Laura Dean.

14 fabulous moments from the 2019 Queers and Comics conference in...

Check out the live line drawings artist Becky Hawkins drew of the funny, interesting, and sometimes perplexing moments of the Queers and Comics conference.

Mariko Tamaki to co-write ARCHIE’s "Archie & Sabrina" storyline with issue...

Tamaki's two-issue stint will tell the story of how Archie Andrews and Sabrina Spellman became an item.

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 10/16/18: Man arrested at comic con for mistreating...

News books, old books, and an alligator at a comic con.

Nerds flame on at Flame Con: all the queer cheer is...

In its fourth year, Flame Con continues to be a haven for diverse voices among indie creators, artists and the fans that love them.

Review: Charting homophobia’s personal toll in ‘Luisa: Now and Then’

We all have things we’d like to explain to our teenage selves, and I have a feeling the older we get, the more we...

INTERVIEW: Mariko Tamaki Talks of “Supergirl: Being Super”; Released as Collected...

The character of Kara Danvers, aka Supergirl, saw a retelling of her origin story in the 2016-2017 Supergirl: Being Super. Written by YA author Mariko Tamaki, the story sets Kara in a small, urban town in America where the 16-year-old girl must discover her ever developing powers and deal with the struggles of adolescents. On today’s new comic books day, the four-issue miniseries has been re-released as a two-hundred and eight-page graphic novel.

TCAF announces two days of kids programming and 14 guests

The 2018 Toronto Comic Arts Festival continues to roll out the news, with the announcement that this year will have two full days of...

POW! SOCK! Comics are for kids! DC announces two new GN...

Acknowledging the importance of getting more young readers into their characters - and buoyed no doubt by the massive success of the DC Super...

INTERVIEW: Mariko Tamaki builds a roadmap to grief and identity in...

"Identity is layered—you’re never a singular thing."