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Birth. Conspire. Be Upset: Some Thoughts On March

Birth. Conspire. Be Upset: Some Thoughts On March

March, the collection of three OGNs by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell about Congressman John Lewis’ experiences during the Civil Rights Movement of the 60s feels uncomfortably relevant to America today.[gallery columns="2" size="large" ids="1220853,1218916"]Why? The unaccountable police, and their violence towards peaceful protestors No police officer gets reprimanded or fired for punching or[...]

Here's How To Get a Free Logan Poster By Art Adams, Nate Powell, Babs Tarr, Becky Cloonan, Jeff Lemire, or Bill Sienkiewicz

Atom chose some pretty awesome comics artists to make the posters as well: Art Adams, Nate Powell, Babs Tarr, Becky Cloonan, Jeff Lemire, and Bill Sienkiewicz This is a veritable who's who of comic book artists, and if you're not on the list, you should probably feel a little jealous.https://twitter.com/cameronMstewart/status/832746895961255937Or super jealous.All the artists were rubbing[...]

John Lewis's March Wins National Book Award (#NBAwards) For Young People's Literature

Shocking the world by proving that comics are actually literature, March, the comic by Congressman John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell has won the Young People's Literature category at the National Book Awards tonight Published by Top Shelf, the book tells the story of Lewis's own life and involvement in the Civil Rights Movement,[...]

'Rare And Life-Changing' – Nate Powell On Bringing March: Book Two To Life(UPDATE)

By Cameron Hatheway [Nate Powell (left), John Lewis, and Andrew Aydin on Edmund Pettus Bridge, photo by Sandi Villarreal] This month saw the release of March: Book Two by Rep John Lewis, Andrew Aydin and Nate Powell from Top Shelf Productions Spanning through the tumultuous years of 1961-1963 with the Freedom Riders, jail time, and the March[...]

Rep. John Lewis, Andrew Aydin And Nate Powell March On

Written by Congressman John Lewis & Andrew Aydin and illustrated by Nate Powell, the first book focused on Lewis’ upbringing and how he got involved at the very beginnings of a movement that would soon shake the country to its very core The book was showered with much deserved praise and acclaim, showing what Lewis[...]