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Once again, the spirit of Mike Wieringo was honored with the presentation of The Ringo Awards. You can watch the awards show below and the winners will be listed below that. Fan Favorites: Favorite Hero: Toaster Dude Favorite Villain: Lance Cordrey from Aberrant (Action Lab
At artist alley at Baltimore Comic-Con I found Gene515, an illustrated novel about a post-apocalyptic world in which some animals can talk and have full human rights. The idea piqued my interest, so I spoke with the creator about the world and how he came
We’re all familiar with Greek Mythology, but tend not to know much about other cultures. Well, meet an Arsia Rozegar who’d like to change that by introducing kids to Persian Mythology. We discuss why he created the series, what we can learn from Persian Mythology,
I’ve covered a few cosplay teams over the years at Baltimore Comic-Con, but I especially love it when the team allows family to bond over a shared interest. Check out this Father-Daughter duo who cosplayed as Jean Grey and Professor X.
Baltimore Comic-Con 2019: Cosplay interview with Mary-Keith as Kate Kane from the DC Bombshells Universe
Continuing with cosplay of characters I don’t often see at Baltimore Comic-Con was this person cosplaying as Kate Kane from the DC Bombshells Universe. We discuss her inspiration for choosing the character as well as how she put the costume together.
I’m always on the lookout for cosplay that goes beyond the usual mainstays, so when I saw someone dressed as Ryuk, a shinigami from Death Note, I had to speak with the cosplayer to find out why they chose to cosplay from that manga/anime. She
There’s definitely something that draws a convention attendee to a booth with a poster of a guitar-playing humanoid with a taco for a head. Put that together with the name Punk Taco and it’s intriguing. Add a win for 2019’s Ringo for the Best Kid’s
After attending Laura Lee’s panel, I wanted to delve deeper into the mind that processed creating comics the way she did. So I found her table and proceeded to have a conversation that I never wanted to end: You can find out more about Laura
Often it seems intimidating to make a comic. There’s so much involved! Before you even begin, there’s your world-building, your characters, and the plot. But Laura Lee explains her process in a way that makes it seem so much more doable. Additionally, at the end,
Very few comic creators are talented in both story-telling and art, so they need to work with other creatives who will help push their vision forward. This relationship can lead to even better results, but it can also contain pitfalls. Bob Salley and Shawn Daley
If an author wishes to create a realistic world for his or her stories, it’s important to pay attention to the essentials of worldbuilding. If done well, it creates a more believable, lived-in world that sucks the reader in. But, as Terry Mancour explores in