Reporting from the DC Black Label panel at BookCon.
By Erica Friedman Here’s a second perspective on the “Outspoken: Queer Cartoonists Represent” panel, following Will Henderson’s report yesterday – Ed. “It’s a weird time to be a queer cartoonist.” With these words, Jennifer Camper opened up the Outspoken: Queer Cartoonists Represent panel. She noted that, on the one hand, there were more queer cartoonist, more queer […]
By William Henderson The Outspoken: Queer Cartoonists Represent panel, moderated by Jennifer Camper on Friday at NYCC, brought together a number of queer cartoonists who aren’t always given a platform from which to discuss their work. The panellists – Blue Delliquanti (O Human Star), Katie Fricas (Checked Out), Jay Fuller (The Boy in Pink Earmuffs), Ivan Velez (Tales of […]
By William Henderson Should stories in comic books reflect what’s happening in the world or should they reflect the world in which the creators want to live? That question was one of several big questions posed by panellists at the Entertainment is LGBTQ panel, co-hosted by BOOM! Studios and the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against […]
In its fourth year, Flame Con continues to be a haven for diverse voices among indie creators, artists and the fans that love them.
Today, DC Comics revealed a new imprint that will have the trade-waiters and prestige series fans among you very excited. DC Black Label is an imprint designed to allow “an all-star lineup of creative teams” to “craft their own personal definitive DC stories.” According to DC’s official press release, the imprint is inspired by some […]
Getting a bit spoilery here, sorry. The revival of Twin Peaks, David Lynch and Mark Frost’s landmark television series, has been easily the entertainment highlight of my year so far (and that’s saying something in a set of months that gave us Get Out, Logan, Baby Driver, Legion, the latest season of Better Call Saul, […]
Kyle takes a look at a pair of secondary Gotham and Metropolis titles
Alex Lu and Kyle Pinion explore the surprising debut to the latest SUPERWOMAN series!
“I look down at it and know without question: I love this world. But there’s something missing.” In the five years since DC Comics rebooted their universe through the Flashpoint event and New 52 line, the oldest major comics publisher in America has seen its fortunes fall. After being barraged with complaints about homogeneous artwork, constant […]