Aleš Kot and Tradd Moore's The New World imagines the aftermath of the Second American Civil War and, of course, it's a love story.
Alex Dueben has been a contributor to CBR since 2007, during which time he's written hundreds of articles and interviewed just about everyone in the comics industry. During his tenure he's interviewed many of the living legends of comics, covered comic strips, webcomics, indie comics, book publishers, and breaking news. He's written for The Rumpus, The Paris Review, The Poetry Foundation, The Comics Journal, The Los Angeles Review of Books, SFX, Suicidegirls, and many other publications. He's on twitter at @alexdueben
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