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Neil Gaiman, Evan Dorkin, Ryan North Petition Missouri Over Book Bans
Anderson, Margaret Atwood, Derf Backderf, Alison Bechdel, Khalil Bendib, Matt Bors, Ellen Crenshaw, Mike Curato, Juno Dawson, Evan Dorkin, Neil Gaiman, Roxane Gay, Deborah Hopkinson, Miles Hyman, Kelly Jensen, Lita Judge, Rupi Kaur, Maia Kobabe, Lois Lowry, Carmen Maria Machado, Dylan Meconis, Ryan North, David Small, Amir Soltani, Art Spiegelman and Colleen AF Venableare. Missouri schools[...]
The Banks: Roxane Gay Is Adapting Her Graphic Novel As TV Series
Accomplished author & social commentator Roxane Gay is set to adapt her graphic novel The Banks for a television series take, alongside TKO Studios and New Regency Written by Gay and illustrated by Ming Doyle, the work focuses on the women of the Banks family who are the most successful thieves in Chicago But during[...]
Top 100 Power List of Comics, 2019 Edition
She is currently recruiting creatives widely – with a reputation for lying down in front of oncoming trains to protect them. Sebastian Goirner (Up) Editor-in-chief of TKO Studios, a new comic book publisher with an innovative approach to formats and pricing, and who with owner Tze Chu are undercutting the majors, and lining up creators they[...]
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Credit: (L) S L O W K I N G via Wikimedia Commons (GFDL license) In yet another example of how clickbait media can change the world, Roxane Gay has successfully filed a job application for screenwriter of Batgirl via Twitter For years, the clickbait media has been reporting on any mention of a Hollywood professional[...]
Roxane Gay is Working on a Secret New Comic Book Series
Bestselling author Roxane Gay's World of Wakanda may have been quietly canceled by Marvel back in February, but in addition to working on a Lumberjanes story with BOOM! Studios, Gay is returning to comics for a brand new series Gay announced the news on Twitter (as noticed by Newsarama): However, this project is being kept tightly[...]
Marvel's Solicitations Are Here, But Where Is Black Panther: World Of Wakanda?
In 2016, Roxane Gay became one of the first black women to write a comic at Marvel as part of the creative team of Black Panther: World of Wakanda, which also featured co-writer Ta-Nehisi Coates and artist Alitha Martinez, covers by Afua Richardson, and Yona Harvey on a backup story in the first issue. However, as Bleeding Cool[...]