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Read Article EXCLUSIVE: Cover Reveal for ‘Becoming Who We Are: Real Stories About Growing Up Trans’
A cropped image of the cover art for Becoming Who We Are from A Wave Blue World, drawn by Hazel Newlevant. Five trans adults are highlighted in sections of the trans pride flag underneath the title text.
Read Article 10 Shows That Did What Their Books Couldn’t
Collage of various TV shows adapted from books.
Read Article A Posthumous Award for Kevin Conroy & A Refusal To Acknowledge Its Own Controversy: The Highs & Lows of the 2023 Eisner Awards
A photo of Kevin Conroy taken during a San Diego Comic Con panel for the original Batman Arkham Asylum game.
Read Article It Looks Like Patrick Bateman Is Going to Have to Return Some … Comics?
Christian Bale as Patrick Bateman in American Psycho
Read Article Of Comics, Children, and Community: In Conversation With Julia Wertz
Julia Wertz's newest book, original art cover.
Read Article Former Students Call Out Author of Racist Comic “Opera” After He Racks Up Multiple Eisner Noms
Image from Francis Rothbart! The Tale of a Fastidious Feral by Thomas Woodruff
Read Article An Iconic Indie Comics Publication Comes to an End
A small yellow pin featuring the logo for The Nib, the tip of an ink fountain pen.
Read Article A Workplace Comedy Set in a Comic Book Shop? Sign Me Up!
Promotional image for 'The Comic Shop.' The top of the image has the tagline "They're doing their best. We think." The image is of three Black people - two women and one man - each holding a blue frosted cupcake up to one eye that has a logo that reads "Oh Em Gee" on it. Creator Cheyenne Ewulu is in the center. She has long reddish-black braids pulled up in an orange hair wrap and she's wearing a green sweater that buttons down the front. She is flanked by one woman with long dark hair in a long-sleeved blue shirt and a comic book-print vest on her right, and a man with short braids in a blue denim button down over a graphic tee on her left.
Read Article This Artist is Recreating Every MCU Project as a Comic Book Cover
Wanda and Vision, with half of their faces black and white and the other half in color.
Read Article New Ongoing Comic Series To Take With You Past Black History Month
Collage of Harley Quinn, Photon, and Monarch comic.


Read Article Learn More About Avatar Korra With ‘The Legend of Korra’s Comic Books
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Read Article How to Read the ‘Life Is Strange’ Comic Books in Order
Read Article New <em>Rat Queens</em> Artist Stjepan Šejić Explains The Science Of Female Fantasy Armor