Somewhere along the way I fell out of love with DC Comics. With the company's recent announcement of a 2 million dollar projected revenue shortfall, a 10% plus market share lag behind Marvel, and a mostly non-existent presence in the top 10 best-selling comics, it's become increasingly obvious that I'm not the only one. So what the heck happened?
How Sense8 showcases the representation needed for a satisfying portrayal of diversity and evolution of humanity...
Chatting with creator John Jennings about his works and the battle to diversify comics!
There is a lot to be learned from what is happening in this series.
A new sub-series/feature of (Heard It Thru) The Griot Vine: 1 Step Forward, 2 Steps Back. First entry: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur
Our first guest on (Heard It Thru) The Griot Vine, is DC Comic's Midnighter writer, Steve Orlando, here to discuss his book upcoming book VIRGIL, queersploitation, and doing the proper research when it comes to writing diversity.
Introduction of Greg Anderson-Elysee's new comic column (Heard It Thru) The Griot Vine - a column of his ramblings and experiences pertaining to his love for the comic mediums, talks of diversity, and chats with various creators.
How valuable is a book you can't read?
Overthought Bubble #3: How Valiant Could Change the Comic Industry if it Doesn't Run Itself Into the Ground FirstBy Gavin Dillinger in Columns on July 16, 2015
Valiant is doing things both very right and, as of this week, very wrong.
Are creators just reliving their glory days through intellectual properties?
In the second part of The American Civil War & Comic Books, The Outhouse will discuss DC's bounty hunter and hero/anti-hero Jonah Hex.
In the first part of The American Civil War & Comic Books, The Outhouse will discuss racism and war in comic books.
The inaugural edition of a new column where we trade positive press coverage for money. We've hit the big time!
I couldn't find a whole lot about the creation of Bravestarr on the Internet. So, in lieu of actual facts, I submit to you the green-lighting process of this show as it occurred in my imagination.
Digging deep with Douglas on 'Arsenic Lullaby," and advice on making good comics... or at least not screwing them up.
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