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Trevor Von Eeden speaks out on 40 years in the industry

Trevor Von Eeden speaks out on 40 years in the industry

But “what is” can ALWAYS be changed into “WHAT SHOULD BE”—
Trevor Von Eeden

Mike (”The Bloody Red”) Baron talks Comics, Books, and More!

Mike (”The Bloody Red”) Baron talks Comics, Books, and More!

When we first “met” Mike Baron it was in 1981, when he and artist Steve “The Dude” Rude delivered the comicbook Nexus into our comic shop (no, not personally, but you get what we mean). That series explored a world that was weirdly-eclectic mashup of superhero and science fiction genres, which was set some 500 years into […]

Combatting Rape: A Superheroes New Enemy

Combatting Rape: A Superheroes New Enemy

Batman fought The Joker. Captain America battled Nazis and The Red Skull. Priya, a rural village girl from India, enters the comic book ring with perhaps the biggest nemesis yet to tackle: violence and sexual abuse against women. Creator Ram Devineni collaborated with artist Dan Goldman to bring his augmented reality comic book Priya’s Shakti […]

Blood, Bone, and Mortar: humanity in the streets of Gotham with Joseph Illidge

Blood, Bone, and Mortar: humanity in the streets of Gotham with Joseph Illidge

Most would argue that every good hero is defined by his rouges gallery; but some would posit that it is the supporting cast…the everyman who populates the world that our myths inhabit that truly defines the heights to which our imagination will soar. After all, these figures are the ones that allow us an access […]

All Eyes On Eisner Winner Dr. Sheena Howard

All Eyes On Eisner Winner Dr. Sheena Howard

As a student working on her dissertation and finding little information regarding the contributions of African Americans in the field of comics and comics strips, Dr. Sheena Howard found the spark of inspiration for what would eventually serve as the basis for the book Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation (Bloomsbury Publishing). A poignant […]

A Chat with Xenozoic Tales’ Mark Schultz

A Chat with Xenozoic Tales’ Mark Schultz

“…it wasn’t very satisfying and I eventually figured out that what I really wanted to do was tell stories in visual terms, and that, of course, comics was the perfect medium for that.” – Mark Schultz

Talking with Wondrous Woman, Clydene Nee

Talking with Wondrous Woman, Clydene Nee

About this time I got a Macintosh computer, a Mac Plus, and started using MacPaint to create things on the computer. There were no color separation programs at that time but I figured out how to do spot color jobs on the MacPlus for business cards and t-shirts. — Clydene Nee

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