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‘Unikorn’ Took Inspiration From Kids’ Movies of the 1980s

For writing partners Don Handfield and Joshua Malkin, the graphic novel Unikorn was a chance to dive into the kinds of stories they loved as kids. Stories of overcoming loss, discovering…

Script2Comic Contest Gives ‘Heard’ Top Honor

The Script2Comic Contest has found its winners for 2021. The contest, which gives screenwriters the opportunity to turn their work into a comic book or graphic novel and also helps their scripts

‘Trim Season,’ a Supernatural True-Crime Comic, Set for 2022

True-crime will meet the supernatural next year when Scout Comics publishes Trim Season. The comic centers on a group of young people from Los Angeles who head to a remote marijuana farm where…

Scout Comics Launches Latinx Imprint

Scout Comics is launching a Latinx imprint in partnership with the indie Los Angeles production company Mucho Mas Media. The new brand, Chispa Comics, will tout its first title at New York Comic…

Andy Serkis to Launch Myth-Inspired Comic ‘Eternus’

Andy Serkis is having a big week in the comic book space. His new directorial effort, Venom: Let There Be Carnage, hits Friday, and now he’s announcing another dive into the comic book world…

‘Impossible Jones’ Sees a Thief Become a Superhero

What if a thief tricked a city into believing she were its protector? That’s the premise of Impossible Jones, an upcoming comic centering on a thief with the newfound super power to shape-shift…

‘Night of the Cadillacs’ Is a Horror Comic Rooted in L.A. Diners and Dive Bars

A new horror comic book due out in September has its roots in diners and dive bars all around Los Angeles. That’s where a group of comic creators dreamed up Night of the Cadillacs, which tells…