John Seven reviews ‘Quincredible’
A Blues-playing, black sorcerer wants to know why there’s a price on his head.
Why can’t the world just be ruled by cabals of mighty librarian queens? Organizing to create policies, looking out for the marginalized, fighting censorship, advocating for the education and literacy of all – we’d be led into a golden age of knowledge and peace. Or at least that’s the fantasy I conjured after attending my […]
Ronald Wimberly has a new two page comic in this week’s The New Yorker recounting a trip to New Orleans ten years after Katrina and discovered a world of gentrification and AirBnB. The clever folks at Condé Nast have made it just a wee bit too small to red online, so you’ll have to go […]
The CAF (comic arts festival0 circuit continues to expand and here’s a new show in New Orleans, called the NOCaZ Festival for “comics and zines.” The event will be held November 14-15th at the New Orlenas Public Library. According to their mission statement: