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NIMONA Disregarded the Rules…and Succeeded

NIMONA disregarded all the traditional publishing rules, and it went on to be wildly successful.

Representation Means Different Things to Different People

Seeing representation in comics can mean different things to different people.

On Steve Rogers #1, Antisemitism, and Publicity Stunts

Even with the recent release of STEVE ROGERS #2, the sting of the "big reveal" about Cap hasn't lost its antisemitic gut punch.

Han Solo: Not the Romance Hero You’re Looking For

Jenn Northington and bestselling romance author Sarah Maclean discuss why Han Solo isn't a traditional romantic hero.

How Superman Saved My Life

Alice felt hurt by the depiction of Superman in Batman v. Superman because of how much the comics character means to her.

Why I Haven’t Read the #HotArchie Reboot

María Cristina discusses why she hasn't read the Archie reboot, despite loving the series as a child.

Gene Luen Yang Breathes Life into History

Gene Luen Yang has an uncanny and amazing ability to breathe life into history with books like BOXERS AND SAINTS and THE SHADOW HERO.

“The Rise of Fandom in Libraries,” a panel report

Thomas discusses the rise of fandom in libraries, and how libraries can help encourage and foster their patrons' fandom.

5 Comics to Tide You Over After Game of Thrones

Need something to tide you over after that Game of Thrones season 6 finale? We've got some comics for you to check out.

Justin Trudeau AND Alpha Flight in CIVIL WAR II #5: THIS IS NOT A DRILL

Justin Trudeau and Alpha Flight are centre stage in Zdarsky and Perez's CIVIL WAR II #5.

Why DC Needs to Move on From Alan Moore

DC's refusal to move on from Watchmen and The Killing Joke is alienating new audiences, disrespecting diverse readers and holding their comics back.

Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz: Embedded Histories

The new stars of Green Lanterns are a Mexican-American woman and a Lebanese-American Muslim man, and we've got what you need to know to read this series.

The Case For DC Unlimited

Why doesn't DC Comics have an unlimited reading service like Marvel's? With the return to Rebirth, this is the perfect time to set one up.

How Comic Fans of Color Should Deal With Death

Troy has a few tips for comic book fans of color dealing with the death of comic book characters that look like you.

Interview: Hope Larson on COMPASS SOUTH, BATGIRL

Emma talks to Hope Larson about writing graphic novels vs. series and her experiences with COMPASS SOUTH and BATGIRL.