independent comic publishers

Interview: Welcome to the World of BLACK!

In a world that already hates and fears them – what if only Black people had superpowers? “After miraculously surviving being gunned down by police, a young man learns that he is part of the biggest lie in history. Now he must decide whether it’s safer to keep it a secret or if the truth …

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Comic: Halloween ComicFest Recap

What Comics did you all get as part of Halloween ComicFest? If you did not go out then you missed out on some real fun comic both old and new alike. We will have some more reviews, but for now you can check out previews of some of our favorites below. Each issue is on …

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Upcoming Comics: JUSTICE ANGEL

UPCOMING COMICS NYCC EDITION: “Sworn to fight for JUSTICE New York has a new HERO” At this years NYCC I had the pleasure of meeting Justice Angel Creator and writer, Tiffany Dang. As President and Publisher of Artemis Entertainment, Tiffany’s goal is to write inspiring stories that are both thought provoking and entertaining. Tiffany actually began her …

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Café con Comics: Latinos in Comics

Café Con Comics: Boricuas in the Comic Book Industry Before the craziness of this year’s New York Comic Con, I attended Somos Arte Café Con Comics, an event curated by Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez; creator of ‘La Borinqueña’. The event held uptown at the Hunter College center for Puerto Rican studies featured a panel of speakers and an …

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Upcoming Comics: OKEMUS

ARTIST TO CHECK OUT: Next up is Taylor J. Sterling, President, creator and lead artist of Red Arcis Entertainment (RAE Comics). From collecting comics and growing up with a passion for art and storytelling, Taylor decided to move from his small-town home in Grand Rapids Michigan to the East coast to finally pursue his dreams of becoming a …

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Comics: Diamond’s Top Products For August

Diamond Comics has announced their top products for August 2016. Let us know which of these products you picked up and what you think about it it/them in the comments below.   DC Entertainment had nine of the month’s top ten best-selling comics; in addition to Harley Quinn #1, Scott Snyder and John Romita, Jr.’s …

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Interview: Art of Allen Panakal

Allen Panakal Art (Artist:  Designer: Illustrator: Geek) Last month I attended Comic Con International: San Diego, where I met many mega talented artists! I decided that I wanted to feature new upcoming independent comic books! Artist To Check Out SDCC Edition: One of the artist that stuck out to me was digital/ traditional artist Allen …

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EventReview: Free Comic Book Day 2016

This past FCBD (Free Comic Book Day) I had the opportunity to head over to my local shop in Carson City, DreamWell Comics,, to snag myself some fun new reads. The shop had lots of great comics and sales going for all those who could make it out. The shop has a bit of everything …

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Comic: NEW Web Comics that you should be Reading

    If you aren’t already familiar with web comics you are missing out. Its’ another platform that is easily accessible and usually free! Web comics are online comics that are published on a website, they are usually both web and mobile friendly! Web comics can provide a little more artistic freedom in that they …

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Ken’s Comic Ramblings #18: Hannibal, Comics & the Grand Guignol

Okay, this week’s topic isn’t exactly about comics, but it does deal with finding inspiration from other mediums to strengthen one’s work. Yeah, let’s go with that. Tonight will see the conclusion of one of the most interesting and surreal shows on cable, NBC’s Hannibal. With a magnificent cast, clever writing and excellent cinematography and …

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Ken’s Comic Ramblings #17: What’s My Deal With Eren Jaeger?

WARNING: Spoilers from all over Attack on Titan volumes 1-15. Last week, I introduced the novel idea that manga is very much part of the sequential art storytelling medium and people that are exclusively fans of western comics dismissing them are short-sighted at best, arrogant, elitist gatekeepers at worst. It was also there that I …

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Ken’s Comic Ramblings #16: Manga is Comics & Comics is Manga

Let me explain my history a bit. I was very much a child of DC Comics. However, it was around the time of really learning about anime that I began to gravitate towards single issues (the much maligned Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day and the odious Identity Crisis being things at the time helped moved me …

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