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Post NYCC &#8211 Prism Comics Presents: Autobio In Queer Comics

Post NYCC – Prism Comics Presents: Autobio In Queer Comics

By Joe Glass I have to start this piece with an apology: when I sat in on this panel, I found myself suffering complete technical failure. It seems in Room 1A01 it is a complete deadzone for the internet. Whilst the shocking uselessness of the complimentary WiFi provided by 'LexCorp' was a common topic of […]

Two Works Of Comic Book Poetry &#8211 Ink Brick And Over The Line

Two Works Of Comic Book Poetry – Ink Brick And Over The Line

Ink Brick, publishing internationally in comic stores from Alternative Comics in December, describes itself thus: What is comics poetry? A new generation of cartoonists is answering just that, and pushing comics' expressive potential in the process. Ink Brick is a biannual journal showcasing the best of the hybrid form, and this debut issue features full-color work […]

Preview Comic Arts Brooklyn Debut Unholy Shapes By Annie Mok Inspired By Egon Schiele

Preview Comic Arts Brooklyn Debut Unholy Shapes By Annie Mok Inspired By Egon Schiele

I recently wrote about one of Annie Mok's books, Shadow Manifesto, that I discovered at the Locust Moon Comics Festival in Philadelphia. She has also contributed to the Vertigo Quarterly series and the one-shot horror anthology from Vertigo The Witching Hour. Her new work, Unholy Shapes, will be debuting at Comic Arts Brooklyn (CAB) coming […]