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We ComiConverse with Shauna Grant

We ComiConverse with Shauna Grant

June 17th, 2016 | by Carly Berkowitz

Shauna Grant is the artist and writer of Princess Love♥Pon, a webcomic that has been recognized by several groups and featured during this year's black comics month. Here, our own Carly Berkowitz gets a chance to talk with Grant about Princess Love♥Pon and her world...

10 Years Of Alterna Comics: We ComiConverse With Peter Simeti

10 Years Of Alterna Comics: We ComiConverse With Peter Simeti

February 2nd, 2016 | by Carly Berkowitz

On February 2, 2016, Alterna Comics will celebrate 10 years of bringing the world great indie comics.  We spoke to the creator behind Alterna, Mr. Peter Simeti, about his vision heading into his company's second decade. Everyone knows Groundhog Day for two reasons; the classic movie...

We ComiConverse With Michael Malkin

We ComiConverse With Michael Malkin

February 1st, 2016 | by Carly Berkowitz

Michael Malkin is the creator and writer of the series Complex, published by Alterna Comics.  Here, our own Carly Berkowitz gets a chance to talk with Malkin about Complex and the future of the book. Complex is, in a word, is just as it is named...

Review: Towerkind

Review: Towerkind

January 19th, 2016 | by Cody Tromler

At ComiConverse, we love shining our light on talented news artists and publishers. Here, our Cody Tromler looks at Towerkind by Canadian author Kat Verhoeven. Towerkind from Conundrum Press is the first published comic from the Toronto based webcomic creator Kat Verhoeven, who you might recognize...

Review: Tomboy #1

Review: Tomboy #1

January 7th, 2016 | by Cody Tromler

Tomboy is the first solo series from comic industry up-and-comer Mia Goodwin, who already has an Eisner nomination under her belt. Cody Tromler takes the plunge into the chaotic world of magical girls and murder to tell us if Mia can work her Princeless magic...

We ComiConverse With Sean Lewis

We ComiConverse With Sean Lewis

January 3rd, 2016 | by Gabe Golden

Saints author and playwright Sean Lewis is fast becoming a fan favourite at Image Comics. Our Gabe Golden recently sat down with Mr. Lewis to talk about the origins of Saints, as well as his writing and comics craft. What would it be like if you...

Review: The Saga of the Jack of Spades

Review: The Saga of the Jack of Spades

December 3rd, 2015 | by Dean Carls II

Gamble or steal? ComiConverse's Dean Carls says steal. He's here to give us the scoop on The Saga of the Jack of Spades. The Saga of the Jack of Spades is a project I have followed for quite some time now; from merely just a Twitter page, to a...

MECCAcon Celebrates Diversity And Inclusion This September

MECCAcon Celebrates Diversity And Inclusion This September

September 5th, 2015 | by L. K. Roberts

The email signature line of Maia ‘Crown' Williams, "BLOOM where you're PLANTED...," really says it all. Since 2013, the Michigan native has been the primary force behind the establishment of MECCAcon: the Midwest Ethnic Convention for Comics and Arts which takes place in Detroit, a...

Indie Comics Review: Sparks

Indie Comics Review: Sparks

August 10th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

Here at ComiConverse we love reviewing Indie comics. Our Chris Barnes is here to give everyone the lowdown on a cool new book called Sparks. When I stumbled upon a tweet where a writer was looking for someone to review his indie comic, Sparks, I...

Review: The Fiction #2

Review: The Fiction #2

August 6th, 2015 | by ComiConverse

Boom Studios! The Fiction #2, by Curt Pires and drawn by David Rubin, immediately picks up where the first issue left off. Summary: Childhood sweethearts Kassie and Max, have decided to re-enter The Fiction (the term to describe the fantasy world they escaped to in...

We ComiConverse With Valentine Barker & Lela Gwen
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We ComiConverse With Valentine Barker & Lela Gwen

July 28th, 2015 | by L. K. Roberts

Lydia K. Roberts interviews Valentine Barker & Lela Gwenn on their webcomic Raconteuse, right here on ComiConverse. Earlier this year at Emerald City Comicon (ECCC), during the hours that I spent wandering the packed aisles of Artist Alley, wishing that I could multiply both the...

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