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Passion & Propriety: Should You Be Reading ‘Miss Abbott and the Doctor’? [Love & Sex Week]

Maripaz Villar
Maripaz Villar

Imagine Pride and Prejudice, only Darcy is a handsome young doctor, and Elizabeth Bennett is the daughter of anthropologists who grew up in the rainforest, only just now returning to “civilization.” Fighting with propriety and their own feelings, the protagonists of Miss Abbott And The Doctor must learn that maybe the other isn’t so bad. Maybe they’re actually kind of cute.

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Ladies’ Knights: Barbara Perez and M.J. Barros On Creating A Safe Space For Queer Women In ‘The Order of Belfry’ [Love & Sex Week]

Barbara Perez & M.J. Barros
Barbara Perez & M.J. Barros

Fighting is often an expression of love. It means defending and protecting and sacrificing for what matters most: your home, your family, your right to love, your right to exist. It means enduring adversity for what matters.

The Order of Belfry is a webcomic about an order of female knights who protect their kingdom and defend what they love — which often happens to be one another. It is through this knight's order that creators Barbara Perez and M.J. Barros create their own space, one that's inclusive and centered on queer relationships, that also fights for love. Webcomic Q&A spoke with Perez and Barros to learn more.

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Sex And Love And Rock & Roll: Should You Be Reading ‘The Rock Cocks’? [Love & Sex Week]


With Should I Be Reading… ?, ComicsAlliance hopes to offer you a guide to some of the best original ongoing comics being published today.

What would you do to achieve your dreams? For the Rock Cocks, the answer is anything --- so long as they’re together.

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Tom Scioli Launches New Sci-Fi Action Webcomic: ‘Princess’

Princess, Tom Scioi

I don't know what we as a people have done right to deserve this, but we are currently living in a time of unprecedented Tom Scioli content. Not only is he doing his incredible, offbeat take on Super Powers as a backup in DC's Cave Carson Has A Cybernetic Eye, and not only is he doing a one-shot adaptation of the movie based on his epic, thirteen-issue Transformers vs. GI Joe --- a movie that does not, in fact, exist --- but now, he's launching a brand-new webcomic, too.

It's called Princess, and it debuted today with an amazing page of hard-hitting, space-faring action.

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Exploring the Wild: Should You Be Reading ‘Stand Still, Stay Silent’?


Nearly a century after a virulent disease spread across the globe, the remaining humans finally decide to venture outside their heavily defended borders and see what remains of the world in Minna Sundberg's webcomic Stand Still, Stay Silent. They're a mix of academics and military officers, ranging from 19 to 67; a motley crew, not ready to face the monsters and magic that await them.

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How Cameron Lucente’s Personal Journey Transformed ‘RoomZero’ [Webcomic Q&A]


At least nightmares end. They may destroy your night's sleep, imperil your mental health, and unearth long-buried skeletons, but at least they're fleeting, banished mostly when the sun rises, right? Well, not for Alan. His nightmares follow him around town, through his home, and even to his work place --- much to his employer's annoyance. In Cameron Lucente's RoomZero, Alan learns that burying your demons won't stop them from coming to life.

ComicsAlliance spoke with Lucente about monsters, toxic masculinity, and developing the RoomZero world through DeviantArt roleplay chats!

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Nika Hits The Stage As Her Webcomic ‘Love Debut’ Comes To Print [Back Pages]


For the last few years, artist Nika, aka Deandra Tan, has been working on a long-form romance comic called Love Debut! Inspired by shoujo manga, the series follows aspiring musician Nick as he rises through the pop world, which brings him into the orbit of Sara, a former singer who is far more wary of the music world. Their romance is the center of the story, but from there Nika spirals out and creates a whole world for them to live in.

With the webcomic recently wrapping up after a three year run, Nika has taken to Kickstarter to fund a print edition of the comic. To find out more about how she created Sara and Nick's world, Back Pages spoke to her about the origin of the series, how things have developed over the years, and what people can expect from her Kickstarter.

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Guzman, Verdugo, Cossin & Cossin Launch ‘Time Cheetah: The Secret Of Stalin Island’ On Kickstarter, And It Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

Time Cheetah: The Secret of Stalin Island

The thing about a "high concept" book is that once you've read the title, actually describing it is almost completely unnecessary. Such is the case for Time Cheetah: The Secret of Stalin Island, a bold new story from Carlos Guzman, Alejandro Verdugo, Matt Cossin, Mikey Cossin, and Tom B. Long that --- by this point in the sentence --- you can probably already guess is about a time-traveling cheetah-man secret agent who goes on a mission to take down the evil forces hiding on an island shaped like Josef Stalin's head.

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Weekender: NYT Best Sellers, John Watkiss, And ‘The Girl Who Flew Away’


The weekend is here! Take a look back at what’s happened in the past seven days. New comics, new stories, new podcasts, new art being made — it’s all part of the ComicsAlliance Weekender!

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Ships On Ships: Noella Whitney Talks ‘Broadside’ [Webcomic Q&A]

Noella Whitney
Noella Whitney

Looking to take some time off? Want to catch some rays in the scintillating sunshine? Fear for your life and desperately need to escape the country as a result? How topical! Consider this travel tip: stow away on a pirate ship. It's a risky choice --- its inhabitants may execute you or sell you to a nearby brothel --- but an afloat ship is better than a sinking one.

ComicsAlliance spoke with cartoonist Noella Whitney about why comics readers should consider Broadside's Black Lion, a ship from the Golden Age of Piracy staffed entirely by buff ladies, as their next vehicle for adventure.

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