Fan Expo Dallas will host several special panels highlighting local comic creators and fan organizations this year from May 3-5.
The first page of Number #2 introduces us to Rose: 33-years-old, waiting for her Obamacare to kick in, and riding a skateboard while drunk. Somewhere, perhaps eating plain yogurt in a desolate New York Times breakroom, A.O. Scott feels a mysterious twinge of pain The death of the American adult and a wonton disregard for […]
Short stories are something of a lost art in the world of comics. They once dominated the field, with old 80-page giants and anthology titles offering readers collections of compact storytelling entertainment each month. Today, short stories are pretty rare and good ones rarer still. In Proud by James Mulholland and Caitlin Soliman, the potency […]
How i Made the World #1 is a fresh example of what comics can be outside of the standard superhero format. Smart, funny, introspective and decidedly non-epic, the first issue centers on the trials and tribulations of college student Liz as she navigates a high-stress world of art classes and smoking blunts on the beach. […]