"Lumberjanes" #19 continues the mermaid storyline, but the team of Shannon Watters, Kat Leyh and Carolyn Nowak lacks some of the spark that made earlier issues so much fun.
The "Camp Out with Lumberjanes" panel included lots of talk about actual camping out, plus girl comics, queer representation -- and a proposal.
Marjorie Liu, Shannon Watters, Jeremy Whitley and more discussed how they diversify their work, and bringing more accurate representation to comics.
Sam Humphries talks to CBR News about teaming with artist Caitlin Rose Boyle for a "shipping"-inspired new series from the BOOM! Box imprint.
Along with Rosie, Abigail and Barney, the Lumberjanes save the mountain even though lingering issues remain, and the greater mystery of what's happening at the camp inches forward in "Lumberjanes" #17.
"Lumberjanes" #16 serves up another helping of friendship, fantasy, danger and scouting from Noelle Stevenson, Shannon Watters and Brook Allen.
"I can't speak for other companies, I can only speak for myself," says DC's Dan DiDio, "but I think there's a level of awareness and a level of urgency that we all realize that we have to be really reflective of these times."
Noelle Stevenson announced that she's leaving the BOOM! Studios series she co-created, with Kat Leyh joining Shannon Watters as co-writer.
A film based on BOOM! Studios' breakout series "Lumberjanes" is in the works at Fox, with Will Widger hired to write the script.
Senior Editor Shannon Watters discuses the sensibility behind KaBOOM! and BOOM! Box, with an exclusive preview of "BOOM! Box 2014 Mix Tape"
Creators, editors & journalists writers gave valuable insights into the business of being creative in a special Comic-Con presentation by ComiXology.