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indie comics spotlight: Ark

The 140-page graphic novel Ark focuses on the relationships and ideological conflicts within a spaceship’s crew whose mission is not what it seems. The crew is split between humans and animalistic “meta-humans” created by genetic experiments. 244 more words

Science Fiction

Comic Corner: DC Universe Rebirth

It’s safe to say that DC has had a turbulent few months. With the well deserved mixed reviews following the fairly poorly received Batman v. Superman film, you’d have to wonder whether the comics can bring the steam anymore. 708 more words

Comic Books


Welcome to the second of my ten-part series where I’m writing about the coolest things that have happened to me because I write. Last week we covered my O.P.U.S. 965 more words

#FridayFirsts: The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #1

Given I am new to the comics universe, I thought it’d be handy to sort through some of the first issues that I pick, what I enjoyed / didn’t enjoy and if I decided to proceed with the series. 352 more words


MilliOnAir Goes Global in 24 Hours!

It is with huge excitement that we share news on one of The Branding Initiative’s co-founder’s, Millie Cooper, latest adventure.

Millie was recently flying back from Thailand when her creative passion took over and within hours her first magazine, MilliOnAir,  was born and in only 24 hours of it’s launch, has gone GLOBAL to rave reviews! 278 more words

Personal Branding

The First Issue of The Drowning Gull is Out!

GUYS. Seriously. GUYS.

I wanted to claw my eyes out last night. Legitimately. Staring at a computer screen for 6 hours is not fun.

But I got it done. 85 more words

The Drowning Gull

Identity and the Doppelganger in Erasure and Chicana Falsa

By: Ashley E. Hoover

     Both Erasure by Percival Everett and Chicana Falsa by Michele Serros explore the concept of individual identity and how it relates to one’s place within society. 2,206 more words

First Issue