America Chavez’s solo title is coming in March, straight from the brilliant pen and boundless heart of Gabby Rivera.
“Sometimes mantis people warp onto your ship and murder your crew, and sometimes everything catches on fire, and sometimes this all happens at once, but not every time.”
Eff Trump, amirite? Here’s a story that has nothing to do with him! Yay!
We will take down white supremacy like sulphuric acid on toilet paper.
The comics industry is filled with a lot of wonderful, generous and kind-hearted creators. This is just one example of that truth.
How to use the technology of recurring monthly payments to build a subscription service to all the rights they’re gonna try to take from us.
But Dickens, what IS co-parenting?
Mok fills each panel of her comics with so much emotion and power that reading them is a full body experience, taking you to a place either you’ve never been before or a place that’s all too familiar.
Unlike books, podcasts block out other-people noise.
“We were up all night reading articles about the election.”
Sometimes it’s nice to lose yourself in a world where the only thing standing between an imperfect but evolving society and the end of the world is you, and you can actually do something about it. And also get gay married.
“Weeks after my 18th birthday, life as I knew it would change. I was rushed to the trauma unit, unable to move my body from the neck down.”
Read about the epidemiology and pathology of zombie infections and more.
Halloween is a great time for queer people. We get to explore weird stuff, we get to dress however we want, we get to try new things. We also get to tell stories. We get to tell stories that show just how weird and different and, yes, sometimes creepy, our worlds and our lives and our selves are.
One woman’s account of her sexual harassment in a virtual reality environment begs the question of whether women and other marginalized groups have to just accept violence wherever they go; these developers think they’ve figured out one possible solution.
A ghost story.
‘Tis the season to reminisce about school supplies and old school video games.
The Afro. The Extensions. The Chemical
Walden is far and away one of the best cartoonists working today. She crafts such simple stories and images, but they hold in themselves universes of feeling, emotion and meaning. On a Sunbeam has one of the most interesting and compelling future worlds and character rosters of any comic I’m reading right now.