The Saddest Angriest Black Girl in Town is a comic "dedicated to exploring the intersection of Blackness and mental health." I had the opportunity to chat a little with Robyn about her art, her inspiration, and her geek loves.
The world of comics has gotten so diverse, and Hermes Press brings that diversity with them to Comic-Con@Home this year. They will be hosting a panel discussing their upcoming graphic novel releases that sound like fun reads.
Image Comics is serving up Comic-Con@Home with informative panels and super cool guests like Todd McFarlane, Scott Snyder, Matt Fraction, and more awesome people in the comic book industry! They have panels going on all week long so you'll be sure to find the time to tune into at least one of the panels.
This year, even though Comic-con has gone virtual we still have so much to look forward to in new comic book releases! Take a look below at some of the offerings from IDW Publishing, including some cool panels to attend this week.
Comic-Con at Home definitely isn't leaving manga out of its schedule this year. eigoMANGA, a publishing company that produces Japanese influenced comic books has a few cool things to offer manga fans this year. They will be hosting a virtual booth and a few different panels, including a Q&A session with some manga writers!
Webtoon, a creator-driven web comics publishing platform, has so many comics in a lot of different genres to choose from and to a newbie, it can be overwhelming! If you’re looking to explore the Webtoon app, here are some suggestions to get you started!
With a growing game collection and limited time to just be friends (separate from being employed adults, parents, etc.), we were seeking a way to play together more and thus was born...104 games in 52 weeks. Welcome to the table! See what we played in June.
DC Ink, the new young adult graphic novel line from DC, has just released its third title. DC Ink titles are standalone stories, not part [...]
It’s June and we’re already more than HALF WAY through our 2019 Tabletop Challenge of... 104 games in 52 weeks! What tabletop games have you found interesting? Any new favorites? Join us each month for an overview of last month’s games. Welcome to the table!
DC Comics celebrated Batman 80 in a big way at this year’s WonderCon, the sibling convention to San Diego International Comic-Con. With the milestone release of the 1,000th issue of Detective comics on March 27 and the 80-year anniversary of one of (if not the) most well-known characters in comics, it was a perfect time to party with the bat.
With the newest episode of Riverdale coming out this week, it’s the perfect time for a recap of where we’ve been. Look out for our next post, detailing everything to know about the newest episode. If you need a refresher on the story, or just don’t have a clue about the show, this is the place to be!
We are starting the year with Captain Marvel, since in advance of the new movie (we are all going right?), I figured it is past time to read one of the seminal stories that created the character we will see in the film. Let's read!
Follow this step-by-step tutorial to create your very own Harley Quinn look. From the dip-dyed effect bunches to the colourful make-up! #sorrynotsorry […]
Jim Lee, co-publisher of DC Entertainment, is arguably one of the most important people in the current era of comics. On the first evening of this [...]