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The ORCS are here, and they’ve come for you! Follow our abominable heros as they steal, fight and adventure through the Known World, causing hilarity and ruin in their wake. …
Alex de Campi Offers Fans a Bloody “Valentine” at Thrillbent
Alex de Campi speaks with CBR News about the genesis of her ongoing digital comic, and where the eponymous hero will be headed next.
Christine Larsen gets real in ‘Sailor Moon’ fan comic
Cartoonist Christine Larsen keeps a busy schedule between drawing comics, doing magazine illustrations and compiling art books like the upcoming Orcs. Still, she finds time to send up her childhood …
NYCC: Creating Comics with Two X-Chromosomes – Real Talk with Image’s Female Creators
Fiona Staples, Ming Doyle, Amy Reeder,Â Christine Larsen,Â Alex de Campi, Jordie Bellaire and Jennifer de GuzmanÂ discussed the unique challenges facing female comic creators during their NYCC panel.
Comics A.M. | This weekend, it’s Wizard World Chicago
Conventions | Wizard World Chicago Comic Con kicks off today with a guest list that includes Stan Lee, George Perez, Neal Adams, Greg Capullo, Humberto Ramos, Carlos Pacheco, Barry Kitson, …
Image Brings Alex de Campi’s “Valentine” To Print
Official Press Release The year is 1812, and Valentine is one of the few soldiers left of Napoleon’s once-mighty army felled by the Russian winter. Given a mysterious package by …
Cartoonist Christine Larsen debuts short story collection
In the serialized onslaught of stories appearing each week in your local comic shop and on your digital devices, the cozy yet potent power of short comics is often overlooked. …
Missed it: Webcomic shows Powerpuff Girls all grown up
Don’t ask me how I missed this when it originally came out years ago, but I recently discovered this fun little webcomic Powerpuff Girls: Battery Powered by a writer using …
Alex De Campi Celebrates “Valentine”
The Eisner Award nominated writer of "Smoke" returns to comics with "Valentine," an all-new historical fiction adventure debuting today in thirteen languages and on a wide variety of e-reader devices.