The 2020 Report: Day Four– More Interviews!

Today, Abhay is talking to Laurenn McCubbin & Kim O’Connor, about what was wrong with the Warren Ellis Forum, what is wrong with The Comics Journal, and what steps the rest of us have to take, even after we burn those things down.

2020 Report Day: Day Three– Interviews!

Today, Abhay Khosla is speaking with Jhayne Faust Holmes, Janelle Asselin, and an anonymous third party about the So Many Of Us activist and support network, a brief contemporary history of the comic book community’s complete disinterest in dealing with its offenders, and what a future could and should look like.

The 2020 Report: Day Two

Today, Abhay is looking at Warren Ellis, the culture born, cultivated and promoted on his (in)famous message board, and the hardwork of enabling performed by his sycophantic, careerist supporters.

The 2020 Report

Abhay Khosla is here to catch you up what’s been happening in comics recently (and for years), what some guy just got exposed for (lots of stuff, for a long time), and how we think you should feel about it (not good!)

European Comics & COVID-19

While the impact of COVID-19 on the US comics scene has seen widespread coverage, what about the scene in countries with a financial infrastructure? Thanos Kyratzis takes a look at Greece and Italy.

COVID-19 & Comics

An overview of how the global pandemic has begun to impact comics, their creators, and the businesses that surround both.

Scott Rosenberg’s Platinum Pipeline to Hollywood

Scott Mitchell Rosenberg is recently back in industry news, regarding his partial ownership of the rights to Rob Liefeld’s Youngblood. In this article from TCJ #265 (January-February 2005), Michael Dean traces Rosenberg’s trajectory through comics industry and Hollywood up to that point.

The 19th Century Route 66

Cynthia Rose won’t loan you the plane fare for a French trip, but she will guide you through On the Road to Tōkaidō (Sur la route du Tōkaidō), currently running at the Musée des arts asiatiques Guimet in Paris!

Live Scribing with Elizabeth Beier: Magdalene Visaggio In Conversation

From May 16-19 2019, New York City’s School of Visual Arts hosted the Queers & Comics Conference, a biennial LGBTQ cartoonist conference. The event was organized by Jennifer Camper and Justin Hall and provided a space for artists, writers and fans to discuss everything from publishing to story structure to social justice to different kinds of pens. Bay Area artist Elizabeth Beier attended the event and created visual notes of some of the panels.