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Baltimore Comic-Con 2019: Interview with creator of Shahnameh

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,

Baltimore Comic-Con 2019: Making Comics with Laura Lee Panel

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,

Baltimore Comic-Con 2019: Essentials of Worldbuilding Panel

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

Baltimore Comic-Con 2019: Interview with Shea Fontana

While at Baltimore Comic-Con this year I came across Shea Fontana’s booth and was drawn in by super hero show that my daughters have watched and rewatched: DC Super Hero Girls. It turns out that she developed the series and also was a writer on

Baltimore Comic-Con 2019: Brian K Vaughan Spotlight

On the first day of Baltimore Comic-Con Dr. Christy Blanch, moderator extraordinaire and comic book author in her own right, led a panel spotlighting Brian K Vaughan’s work. Of course, the panel covered Saga, but it also covered Paper Girls, We Stand On Guard, and