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Little Fish Comic Savvy

By: Alonso Nunez Every Summer in San Diego, nerd, geeks, and fans both casual and obsessive gather for San Diego Comic-Con, a four day extravaganza (five, if you count Preview Night!) of truly epic proportions. Over a hundred and 150,000 people! Every year! But then, after the proverbial circus has left town and the people […]

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A Not-Quite Chronological History of Angelee, Geek

Angelee was born under a Disco star. When she entered the world, Saturday Night Fever was the most popular movie on show and the BeeGees’ Stayin’ Alive was the number one song on the Billboard charts. And everything was fine for a couple of years. But growing up a Disco girl in a New Wave […]

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Embracing Inclusivity and Diversity at Mile High Comics

For comic book lovers and collectors, Mile High Comics is a must-visit destination. This iconic store, located on 4600 Jason St., off the Pecos exit on I-25, boasts 10 million comic books and 300,000 trade paperbacks, as well as toys, cards, posters, and other collectibles. The company was founded by Chuck Rozanski in 1969 and […]

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Midtown Comics: From Astoria to Times Square and Beyond

Midtown Comics was founded in 1997 by partners Angelo Chantly, Thomas Galitos, Robert Mileta and Gerry Gladston, who met as teenagers in Astoria, Queens. The group had a background in selling comics in their video stores in Brooklyn and Queens, and noticed a void in New York’s comic book retail landscape. They decided to open […]

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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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Comic Culture: How Collecting, Conventions, and Stores have Built a Community for Fans and Creators

In the world of comic books and geek culture there is a rich history of characters, comic shops and conventions that have brought together fans and creators alike in a shared experience over the last hundred years. Storylines that have lasted nearly a century and have been followed by millions of people around the world. […]

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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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Meet the Writer: Tobi Toshh

Twenty-two years, eight months and seven days ago, on the 23rd day of April 2000, Oluwatobiloba Omotoso was born on a Sunny Easter Sunday morning in Port Harcourt, arriving approximately one month earlier than expected. I entered this world rather dramatically and traumatically as my arrival was prompted, unfortunately, by a driver rear-ending my mother’s […]

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The Crow: Nothing Is Trivial

You may have heard of the dark, gothic movie, The Crow, that the late Brandon Lee tragically lost his life making. You may have even heard of the rumored curse surrounding its production & every attempt since. I was a fan for years before discovering it was adapted from a book of the same title. […]

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