We got the chance to talk with Julie Merberg about Downtown Bookworks’s DC Comics series, the inspiration for the Girl Power line, what she hopes young readers can get out of these books, and more. Read the full interview!
Color Me Powerful is the perfect activity book for young girls looking for a way to express their love of comics and embrace their girl power! (Thanks to Downtown Book works for the review copy.)
Roller derby – a kickass sport full of kickass women who go to the rink to kickass. It’s full of nasty bruises and harsh falls, but any derby girl will wear them as badges of honor. In the comic SLAM! we all get a taste of just how wonderful of a sport roller derby is.
Originally published as a webcomic, Cucumber Quest is an incredibly cute fantasy adventure set in a rich, colorful world full of quirky characters. Thanks to First Second Books for the review copy!
A ghost story for the elementary-aged crowd, Graveyard Shakes is a much darker tale than one might assume from the cover and a much deeper story about what it means to be a sister, what it means to be a friend, and what it means to be yourself. (Thanks to Graphix for the review copy!)
Liefeld joined with other artists to form Image Comics, the subject of tonight’s new episode of Robert Kirkman’s Secret History of Comics.
Before the debut issue of Grand Design hits stands on Dec. 20, Piskor sat down to talk about modern mythology, Chris Claremont’s genius, Xavier’s villainy, and much more.
Soupy Leaves Home is exactly what it sounds like. A young woman from a tumultuous home decides to take control of her own life and…
It’s a slow week for comics here at Nerdophiles, with Kylee reviewing the latest issue of The Unsound from BOOM! Studios.