Items tagged comics

Animal Man Par Grant Morrison

French language coverage of how a relatively obscure superhero was revitalized by a grand master of the comic book medium.

Tags: cool, comics

How proprietary social-medias are shaping the future of Pepper&Carrot

Tags: comics, internet

The History of Whitewashing in Comic-to-Screen Adaptations

Tags: comics, movies, representation

Internet Reacts to Batman Oral Sex Ban

Tags: comics, sexuality

I Do Not Want to Write Today: A Comic

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On Finding Out Your Heroes are Monsters (Or: Detoxifying A Culture)

Tags: comics, fandom, attitudes

Why LGBTQ+ Representation in Webcomics Is So Game-Changing for Queer College Women

Tags: comics, sexuality, representation

This Webcomic Librarian Is Protecting LGBTQ Stories

Tags: comics, sexuality, representation

Locked Out

Airbnb promises anyone can “live like a local” while driving out the people who actually live there, and making the usual suspects rich.

Tags: cities, business, comics

Project Wonderful's sussessor?

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Farewell, Project Wonderful.

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City of Villains: Why I Don’t Trust Batman

Tags: comics, society

Ships On Ships: Noella Whitney Talks ‘Broadside’

Tags: comics, gender, representation

A very comprehensive and precise spec

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What They Really Mean When They Say They're Not a Feminist

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The fascinating origin story of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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Artist Turns Animal Problems Into Cute Comics

Tags: animals, comics

I Want To Live.

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Daughter of Osamu Tezuka, God of Manga, discovers his stash of hand-drawn sexy mouse artwork

Tags: comics, art, sexuality

DC Comics And "The Normal Course of Business"

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Artists Respond to DC’s Harley Quinn Contest

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Captain America in a turban

I wore that costume to challenge the way New Yorkers think about superheroes — and bearded Sikhs like me

Tags: comics, religion, representation, america

Penury, swindlers and the American way: the capitalist legacy of superheroes

As a pay dispute threatens the superhero stranglehold on box office takings, it’s a timely reminder that these capitalist heroes have long trampled upon the artists who brought them to life, writes Laura Sneddon.

Tags: comics, movies, business