Category: Ethnicity & Race

Comics Alternative Kickstarter: LAAB Magazine #0: Dark Matter

Crossroads of Identity and Culture This week Derek talks with Ronald Wimberly, Josh O’Neill, and Maëlle Doliveux about their Kickstarter project LAAB Magazine #0: Dark Matter. Published by Beehive Books, this will be a tabloid-sized newspaper annual filled with comics, interviews,

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Young Readers: Reviews of A Different Pond, Swing It, Sunny, and Pashmina

Time Codes: 00:00:28 – Introduction 00:04:29 – A Different Pond 00:15:30 – Swing It, Sunny 00:32:50 – Pashmina 00:53:04 – A young reader’s perspective 01:25:39 – Contact us Perspectives On this episode of the Comics Alternative Young Readers podcast, Gwen and Paul

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Young Readers: Reviews of Nightlights and The Best We Could Do

Time Codes: 00:00:26 – Introduction 00:02:47 – Setup of the reviews and interview 00:05:29 – Nightlights 00:26:13 – The Best We Could Do 00:58:56 – Interview with Thi Bui 01:42:29 – Wrap up 01:43:20 – Contact us Conflicts, Ghosts, and Art On this

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Back with Peter Bagge

Time Codes: 00:00:25 – Introduction 00:02:25 – Setup of interview 00:04:45 – Interview with Peter Bagge 01:35:33 – Wrap up 01:37:22 – Contact us “Forever on the horizon, never out of sight” The Two Guys are pleased to have Peter Bagge back on

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Webcomics: Reviews of King of the Unknown, Cosmic Dash, and Freedman

Time Codes: 00:00:28 – Introduction 00:03:03 – Catching up after the holidays 00:04:07 – Listener mail! 00:08:18 – King of the Unknown 00:33:42 – Cosmic Dash 01:12:16 – Checking in with Jim McClain and Paul Schultz 01:27:36 – Freedman 01:52:51 – Wrap up 01:53:45 –

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Nate Powell and Andrew Aydin

Time Codes: 00:00:25 – Introduction 00:02:42 – Setup of interview 00:03:56 – Interview with Nate Powell 01:10:11 – Interview with Andrew Aydin 02:12:26 – Wrap up 02:13:57 – Contact us The Pen and Government Man On this interview show, Andy and Derek do something

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Koren Shadmi

Getting Personal On this interview episode Derek has the pleasure of talking with Koren Shadmi. His latest book, Love Addict: Confessions of a Serial Dater was released last month from Top Shelf Productions. They begin the conversation by discussing the

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Episode 181: Reviews of Paracuellos, The Baker Street Peculiars #1, and Power Lines #1

Fascism, Sleuths, and Race This week on the podcast, Gwen and Derek look at three very different recent titles. They begin with Carlos Giménez’s Paracuellos. The original first two volumes of this comic, published in Spain in 1977 and 1982, have now

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Dara Naraghi and Brent Bowman

Woman Warrior On this episode of The Comics Alternative Interviews, Derek has the pleasure of talking with Dara Naraghi and Brent Bowman, the creators behind Persia Blues (NBM/ComicsLit). The second volume of the projected trilogy, subtitled Love and War, was just released last month,

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Interview: Deborah E. Whaley

We had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Deborah E. Whaley, Professor of American Studies at University of Iowa, about her new book, Black Women in Sequence: Re-Inking Comics, Graphic Novels, and Anime, published by University of Washington in 2015. 

Review: Jewish Comix Anthology, Volume 1

by Matt Reingold Jewish Comix Anthology, Volume 1 – edited by Steven M. Bergson (Alternate History Comics, Inc.) Steven Bergson’s Jewish Comix Anthology, Volume 1 was published in 2014 by Alternate History Comics and features work by famous writers and illustrators like

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Young Readers: Reviews of Monster and Hereville: How Mirka Caught a Fish

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Young Identities Gwen and Andy are back this month to discuss two new graphic novels for young readers. First up, they discuss Monster  (Amistad/Harper Collins), a book for teens by Walter Dean Myers, adapted by Guy A.

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