Brandon Montclare

Preview: 'Moon Girl And Devil Dinosaur' #13
Nobody's smarter than Lunella Lafayette, it turns out. She probably could have told you that back before she met Devil Dinosaur, when "Moon Girl" was just what the other 4th Graders called her as a joke. But as of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #13, it turns out to be the actual truth: …
The Best Marvel Comics For Young Readers [Kids' Comics]
Today, we're looking at recent offerings from Marvel Comics that cater specifically to younger readers. Over recent years there's been a significant sea-change at Marvel that has allowed more young adult, kid-friendly, and inclusive titles to spring up and carve a corner for themselves, an…
'Brotherman', 'Bounce' Among Winners At 2016 Glyph Awards
This weekend saw the eleventh annual Glyph Awards held in Philadelphia, at the East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention. The awards, founded by Rich Watson over a decade ago, celebrate comics made by, for, and starring black people, but are not necessarily limited to black creators.
A Nerd and Her Dinosaur: Moon Girl is the Hero We Need
The first issue of Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is a perfect introduction to Moon Girl, whose given name is Lunella Lafayette. Lunella is a nerd. Like, a big nerd. She’s the sort of kid who hates school because it doesn’t challenge her, and the other kids make fun of her for knowing so…
Am Reeder On Rocket Girl, Kickstarter And '80s Fashion
Amy Reeder made a name for herself in the comics scene with Fools Gold from Tokyopop, but became a favorite of comics art lovers for her excellent occasionally breathtaking work on Vertigo's Madame Xanadu, which saw the versatile stylist to depict a complex and beautiful heroine across vast exp…
Three Great Comics From New York Comic-Con's Artists Alley

For all the flaws it might have, New York Comic-Con has one very, very important thing going for it: A gigantic, well-organized Artists Alley that takes up an entire convention hall all by itself, full of amazing creators showing off their newest comics. There's enough there that you can spend the e…

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