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A Situation Up There

Here’s what you get in every issue of Into the Storymaze: writing insights or a work-in-progress; something creative I’m digging; a highlight from my comics-writing credits; plus a quote that’s got me…

02 Sep 2021 • 9 min read
Into the Storymaze by D.G. Chichester
Süße Comichaustiere & die Met Gala

Gute Nachricht für Liebhaber*innen von süßen Tieren: Es wird zwei neue Comicschnuffel geben, die ein besonders hohes Potential für Memes haben. Der Erfolg von King Shark im DC-Film The Suicide Squad-Film…

17 Sep 2021
Fan Theory of everything by Jonas Lübkert
on my current obsessions

And, today, I’m sharing my obsessions, including: Books I demand you purchase immediately My favorite lil daily-life items A teeny tiny zine And, bonus: Books on my to-read list Books I demand you purchase…

16 Sep 2021 • 1 min read
beauty and terror (on poetry & being human) by Despy Boutris
graphic novel class 6 - thumbnails

I’m going to take you through the process of a graphic novel in a series of posts. This is from my perspective, as a writer and artist who makes fantasy books for middle grade and young adult readers -…

16 Sep 2021 • 8 min read
In The Telling by Molly Knox Ostertag
Featured Publication
The Comic Bible

The Comic Bible Key Tools and Resources Comic Supplies etc. GEMINI Shipping and Storage Suppiles: Gemini Flash Shipping Mailers, Long & Short Boxes, Insert Pads, Packing mats, Dividers https://geminicomicsupply…

16 Sep 2021 • 21 min read
DylanBrock’s Comic Calls & Investments Newsletter by DylanBrock
Further Adventures - No. 1

Thank you so much for reading Further Adventures No. 1 There are four ways you can support the production of new issues 1 - Talk about the comic I’m making this option number one because it’s so important…

15 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
Further Adventures by Nikolaus Morris by Nikolaus Morris
"This is my life now, mom! Deal with it!"

Hello again! We have made it to the end of the summer and I feel great about it. Sorry to all you summer fans, but fall is the best season, and I genuinely don’t mind if you disagree because I will be…

15 Sep 2021 • 7 min read
Stuff Emma Likes by Emma Allain
A Must-See Documentary: The Rape of Europa

I’m not sure what John and I were expecting that night last winter when we dialed up the 2006 documentary The Rape of Europa. But with Covid in full swing, it was easy to lock the door, turn out the lights…

15 Sep 2021 • 3 min read
Cappuccino by Stacey Eskelin
Random Morning Thoughts, Entry 4

I feel like we’ve nearly lost the value of reading. Some might argue that reading went the way of the podcast and the audio book, which I’m sure has merit. But, I can’t help but think podcasts (less so…

15 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
Mike’s Newsletter by Mike Whitacre
CMP Entry 4

Hello out there, Another day another newsletter post. Here's another thing you should know about me. Why Capricorn Media Products? One thing is that it’s just an in name company to display my work similar…

15 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
Capricorn Media Products by Capricorn Media Products
YHWH and Christ Among the Gods

Let me put this as bluntly as I can: yes, of course there is pagan influence in the collection of texts that Jews and Christians collectively and separately refer to as “Scripture” or “the Bible.” There…

15 Sep 2021 • 16 min read
A Perennial Digression by David Armstrong
Hawkguys and Pizza Dogs

Just a quick one today. TV. Hawkeye Trailer! In case you missed it — COMICS. If the Hawkeye show looks appealing and you haven’t yet read the award-winning series it’s based on, you can check it out on…

15 Sep 2021 • 4 min read
Milkfed Dispatches by Kelly Sue DeConnick and Matt Fraction
Another 70 selected Bleeding Cool stories to catch up on

So where does the title for the upcoming Thor: Love And Thunder movie come from? I may have an inkling… spoilers of course. But first, seventy Bleeding Cool stories you may have missed. Separated At Birth…

14 Sep 2021 • 3 min read
That Bloody Rich Johnston by Rich Johnston
My Life and My Trauma

There is no debate that children growing up in single-parent homes have poorer outcomes than those in two-parent homes. These outcomes include poorer health, more problems sleeping, participation in organized…

14 Sep 2021 • 7 min read
Roderick Graham by Rod Graham
Now With Actual News!

Hey Everyone! It’s been awesome writing about process these last few installments, but how about some actual big news? I’m so proud to announce my debut with Marvel Comics, coming this December with Wastelanders…

14 Sep 2021 • < 1 min read
Just Douek by Rich Douek
The Stack: Sep 14th, 2021

What’s up faithful fanbase?!? We hope your week is going well. Summer is coming to a close so those of you in the mid-west like us, we expect you will soon be covered in hats, gloves, boots and hoodies…

14 Sep 2021 • 1 min read
Around Comics: The Stack! by TCB Studios
Your Comic Cover - Your Most Valuable Sales Tool

Comic artist Michael Neno recently shared John Romita's rejected cover for Amazing Spider-Man #82, and Marvel’s published cover by Marie Severin, who was assigned to redraw it. (John Romita inked the main…

14 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
Crucible Comic Press by John Freeman
Trinité, Batman Day & Overdose

💡 L’ immanquable 👉🏼 Le Batman Day : c’est samedi 18 Septembre ! Depuis 2014, année des 75 ans du chevalier noir, il a été établi que le 3ème samedi de Septembre serait dorénavant connu comme étant :…

14 Sep 2021
🗞 DC News by Hyanda
Books I wanted to hate

It still sits in me and persists. That stubborn and defiant aversion to book recommendations. Who the heck knows why. I’ve always had a peculiar taste in books. An omnivore child who would walk through…

14 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
Cabinet of Curiosities by Minna
May Movie Theaters Never Die

Kyle Dubiel was quite the force when I met him while interning. On the first day all the interns looked petrified, except for Kyle. He was quite upbeat, kind, and very curious. He looked like he wasn’t…

13 Sep 2021 • 20 min read
A Portrait of the Artist by Ava Williams


"I Can’t Link If Linking Is Without You" Edition
23 Aug 2021 • 3 min read
The Zone by Ben Sixsmith
BitPunch News August 2021
30 Aug 2021 • 4 min read
BitPunch Newsletter by Rich Matney, Michael Perry
Stardust Should Be a Fantasy Film Classic
27 Aug 2021 • 11 min read
That's Weird by Brianna Zigler