Category Archives: Learning About Comics

STAR*REACH COMPANION spotlights the influential 1970s independent comic featuring Chaykin, Simonson, and Russell

TwoMorrows Publishing unveiled its latest book, THE STAR REACH COMPANION. Written by comics historian Richard Arndt, this 192-page book is currently in comic book shops, retail bookstores, and available from TwoMorrows’ website  (www.twomorrows.com). The Star*Reach Companion is a complete history and … Continue reading

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CBLDF & Dark Horse Release Authoritative Manga Guide for Librarians and Educators

This summer, Dark Horse is proud to publish CBLDF Presents Manga: Introduction, Challenges, and Best Practices, an authoritative yet accessible handbook designed to help librarians, educators, and parents navigate the vast and popular field of manga. Prepared by the Comic … Continue reading

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Free Course: “Gender Through Comic Books”

Mark Waid would like everyone to check out this free course. For the last few months, a talented university teacher named Christy Blanch has been putting together a college-level course called “Gender Through Comic Books”–but it’s not limited to college … Continue reading

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Free Comics Magazine Off-Registration Debuts!

February 4, MOBILE, AL — Bronco Ink Publishing, LLC is pleased to announce the launch of their new bi-monthly digital anthology OFF-REGISTRATION.   Featuring select comics and interviews with creators worldwide, OFF-REGISTRATION is dedicated to the work of writers, artists, colorists, and letterers … Continue reading

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