ICYMI: 10 September Releases You Might Have Missed (Substream)

Hello folks! I write for a few other websites, and I'm going to be linking them here so nobody misses good content. My music monthly roundups have officially moved to Substream Magazine, and you can read my one for September right now! Between the sudden and unexpected return of My Chemical Romance, the runaway success … Continue reading ICYMI: 10 September Releases You Might Have Missed (Substream)

INTERVIEW: Melissa Capriglione and Clara W. on Falconhyrste [LINK]

Webcomics come in all colors, and Melissa Capriglione and Clara W.’s collaboration project Falconhyrste is a dazzling array of them. From bright blues and pinks to a diverse set of skin tones and vibrant expressions, the fantasy webcomic makes a point of popping off the page. Falconhyrste (started in 2015) follows a young trans boy Cei in his … Continue reading INTERVIEW: Melissa Capriglione and Clara W. on Falconhyrste [LINK]

The SENSE8 Special Finale Looms: Predictions For The End [Link]

On June 8, just over a year since its cancellation and then the sudden revival, the Sense8 special finale is coming to Netflix. After two jaw-dropping seasons of unraveling mystery, will a two-hour special be enough to wrap up the loose ends and bring closure to all eight sensates? It’s hard to say. The ambitious Wachowski project was canceled early into … Continue reading The SENSE8 Special Finale Looms: Predictions For The End [Link]

The Tapas Creator Incubator Program – A Red Flag Contract [Link]

Almost exactly a year ago, Tapas Media – host of Tapastic, a platform for up and coming webcomics – attempted to add the ‘right of first refusal’ clause to their terms of service. Now a year later, there’s more controversy about a new project of theirs; the Tapas Creator Incubator Program. More correctly, The Tapas … Continue reading The Tapas Creator Incubator Program – A Red Flag Contract [Link]

Queer Characters in Jeph Jacques’ QUESTIONABLE CONTENT [Link]

Ever since 2012, there’s been a dramatic shift when it comes to queer characters – there’s slowly more and more of them in TV shows, movies, books, but most prominently in webcomics. However, for some fans, the question arises – how many queer characters is too many? What’s ‘believable’ for a single creative work? Jeph … Continue reading Queer Characters in Jeph Jacques’ QUESTIONABLE CONTENT [Link]