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Author: Erin Edwards

Comic Book Artists Are the Greatest on the Planet: An Interview with Mark Irwin

Erin Edwards met up with Mark Irwin to discuss his lengthy career in the comic industry. Mark has certainly done it all!

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Kolanut Productions: World's Largest Black Comic Universe

An Interview with the co-founder, Obichukwu Udeh While traveling through Baja, Mexico in my Volkswagen Westfalia, I received an Instagram message from an old Naval Academy company mate who noticed that I had started writing about nerd culture. He said there is someone I needed to meet. Due to my limited service and getting our […]

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Little Fish, Big Splash: Interview with Alonso Nunez

There is a reason that the San Diego Union-Tribune recently featured Alonso Nunez under their “profiles of notable local people.” As the founder and executive director of Little Fish Comic Book Studio, an educational non-profit, Alonso and his team are dedicated to developing the skills and empowering the minds of students of all ages interested […]

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Black Power Ranger, Kehinde Martin

  Meet Kehinde Martin. He is an up-and-coming multi-talented artist. Kehinde began his jack-of-all-trades career as a kid who wanted to make rap music. He makes epic, professional grade rap videos from his own home and is also the nerdiest person I have interviewed to date. We sat down to discuss the grind of entertainment, […]

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Art Changes Lives

Meet the Artists of Legion of Eccentrics The Legion of Eccentrics is a comic book about an awkward genius teenager from the underserved part of Little Rock who learns that his newly discovered time traveling power is the key to saving humanity by battling atrocities throughout history with other misfit superhumans called the Legion of […]

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Meet the COO, Erin Edwards

It all began in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on May 21, 1989. A blonde hair, hazel eyed baby arrived to a German-Italian Catholic family of brunettes – her mom, dad, sister, and brother - in their rowhome on Longshore Avenue. She was a quiet, easy kid who colored nicely, read well, and often got lost in her […]

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Living with a Graphic Novelist: Dungeons & Dragons

I have lost the man I love. He has fallen into a dungeon of dragons and may never return. Alex, my too-cool-for-school partner, has carefree hair, flashy sunglasses, and a square jaw covered in a 5 o’clock shadow like a Hollywood heartthrob. I often look at him and wonder how his movie star stride ever […]

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CosPlay at New York Comic Con

I caught a brisk chill as I swapped to the 7 line to catch the subway to 34th Street-Hudson Yards station. Crowded streets, honking horns for seemingly no reason, and bagels everywhere I looked. A normal day in New York, until I was stopped in my tracks by a man blocking the escalator dressed in […]

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Culture Warriors at New York Comic Con

Ticket prices range from $200-$800 per day. A water costs a whopping $4. The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is 850,000 square feet. A crowd of 200,000 people attended the New York Comic Con. I couldn’t help but wonder why the city would dedicate this space and why this many people would spend significant funds […]

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An Origin Story: San Diego Comic Con

An Interview with Mike Towry, Co-Founder of SDCC In 2014, I moved into an apartment across from the San Diego Convention Center. That July an unforgettable wave of energy pulsed through the city - traffic jams, billboards, roadblocks, costumes, and celebrities stormed onto Harbor Drive. I stared out the window of our high-rise, my face […]

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