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With the recent takeover of Twitter by a certain cretin who shall not be named here, the information landscape feels more dominated than ever by far-right conspiratorial garbage while progressives get pushed further to the margins. The aforementioned executive tweeted recently that the site had been propagating “far left San Francisco/Berkeley views” to the world
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J.L. Westover, creator of the popular webcomic Mr. Lovenstein, has published a collection of the work, titled Mr. Lovenstein Presents: Failure, which is available in comic shops and bookstores now. As always, the comics in the book are quick hits of adorable characters contrasted against dark humor, playing with modern themes of self-esteem, defeatism, and more. Westover
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This December, Cartoonito, the preschool hub on HBO Max and preschool block on Cartoon Network, is celebrating the holidays with four all-new 30-minute Cartoonito holiday specials plus additional holiday-themed programming preschoolers and families can enjoy all month-long. Premiering on 12/1 on Cartoonito on HBO Max is Sesame Street The Nutcracker, the classic story is retold
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Tradd and Heather Moore‘s Doctor Strange: Fall Sunrise is visual feast that sometimes gets lost in its own storytelling. Modern art fans don’t want to miss this book! Note: the reviews below contain spoilers. If you want a quick, spoiler-free buy/pass recommendation on the comics in question, check out the bottom of the article for our final
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Look up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…not Tim Beedle. That’s right, your pal Joshua Lapin-Bertone is taking over this edition of Super Here For…, but don’t worry Tim will be back next month. We’re doing something a little different for this edition of Super Here For… and tying in with
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Next month Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment will release Kroma #2. The second installment of the four-part fantasy adventure series is written and illustrated by Lorenzo De Felici and lettered by Rus Wooton. Now ahead of the issue’s final order cutoff date, Skybound has released a preview for the issue, which follows the title character in the aftermath
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By Marion Peña Spoiler warning: this review will contain spoilers for several major events that happen throughout the main series. Content warning: there will be discussion of some heavier themes this series tackles, including obsessive stalking, domestic violence, PTSD, and suicide. True Beauty is a romance dramedy comic on Naver’s Webtoon about the struggle of
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The Nerd Kit, an entity based in Rochester, MN, has announced it has acquired Comicker and its imprints Comicker Digital and Comicker Press. You may be asking who and what. Comicker Press is a small press company that launched back in 2015 as a digital imprint, along the lines of the similar Monkeybrain Comics. As
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AWA Studios has just announced the formation of a creative council to help them develop their comics slate, and it’s an all-star bunch: Oscar®, Golden Globe® and Emmy®-award nominated director, producer and screenwriter Reginald Hudlin (Sidney, Boomerang, Django Unchained); The New York Times #1 internationally best-selling author and screenwriter Gregg Hurwitz (Orphan X, Sweet Girl); acclaimed producer and screenwriter Laeta Kalogridis (Avatar,
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