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Black Comix Day 2020 Brings A Cultural Spotlight To San Diego

Black Comix Day 2020 Brings A Cultural Spotlight To San Diego

In a fit of irony, fans and creators of Black comics material will descend on the World Beat Center for Black Comix Day, a two-day celebration of African-descended makers of sequential art and content aimed at that community. Organized by The World Beat Center's Makeda Dread and cartoonist Keithan Jones, this is the third year […]

INTERVIEW: Artist Quinn McGowan Talks #WildfireWednesday Season 5

INTERVIEW: Artist Quinn McGowan Talks #WildfireWednesday Season 5

Last Wednesday marked the launch of Season Five of the webcomic Project Wildfire, called Smoke On The Water. Project Wildfire is the brainchild of United States Marine Corps veteran turned self-taught comic book artist Quinn McGowan. A veritable Renaissance man — he's performed on hip hop stages opening for KRS-ONE, worked as a tattoo artist, […]

INTERVIEW: Fabrice Sapolskys Comeback Tour for One-Hit Wonder

INTERVIEW: Fabrice Sapolsky's Comeback Tour for One-Hit Wonder

Comics creator Fabrice Sapolsky has enjoyed a storied career, but he's far from ready to sing a swan song. He sat down with Bleeding Cool for this exclusive interview about his latest project. BC: For the benefit of the masses and SEO, please describe to Bleeding Cool's readers who you are and some of what […]

Lone Wolf and Cub Creator Kazuo Koike Has Passed Away

Lone Wolf and Cub Creator Kazuo Koike Has Passed Away

Kazuo Koike, the creator of Lone Wolf and Cub (along with artist Goseki Kojima) and one of the most prolific creators of manga, has died. His official Twitter account and various news outlets reported that Koike, 82, was hospitalized for pneumonia and passed away on Wednesday. Koike is the creator of Lone Wolf and Cub […]

LibraryCon Encourages Libraries to Run Their Own Comic Cons

LibraryCon Encourages Libraries to Run Their Own Comic Cons

Yesterday's recent LibraryCon Live!, a live streaming event from Library Journal and School Library Journal was an attempt at a deeper look into the diverse world of comics in libraries. A virtual convention with comic book publishers, creators and bloggers all working together to promote literacy and storytelling through comics. Here's how it looked on […]