If you pay any attention to pop culture coverage, you’ve probably read about the lack of diversity in comics (as well as just about everywhere else). I’ve raised this issue myself on multiple occasions, but I have also been very critical of those critics that bemoan the lack of diversity in comics—both within the pages of comics, and within the ranks of creators—but who do little to mention who and what is out there. The truth is there is a problem with a lack diversity and representation in comics (and all facets of pop culture), but the other truth is that there are some truly amazing people doing some truly amazing work out there. And I ran into quite a few of them at SDCC 2014.
David Walker provides a rundown of some of the immensely talented (and underappreciated!) gentlemen of Comic-con.
Today’s Penny Arcade by Erika Moen, in which she explains sex to Gabe’s son (as other guest cartoonists have been doing for the whole week).
I feel like there are so many meanings in that “WHAT.” It’s my favorite part.
Can you re-enact your reaction to hearing you had been cast on a marvel movie?
Apparently robot-prostitutes are using Tinder to scam men into signing up for shady dating sites. Respond to this with your own Tinder pick-up line as a sexy robot, and your answer might appear on Thursday’s show!
"I don’t know if this is going to make you feel better, but you were a really, quite terribly bad friend."
"How would that make me feel better?"
Strong Female Protagonist #5, page 30
J.K. Rowling’s classic books are getting a new look thanks to incredible artist Jonny Duddle .
Funslayer, now I understand your Star Wars angst.
I’m just glad someone finally understands me
Cool covers. I was never a fan of the UK edition images.
When the movie releases, are you prepared to be a hero to thousands of kids? What will it mean to you? (x)