With some help from Martin Luther King, Jr., Erin Kissane starts talking about how to build a better internet.
Frank Miller disagrees with Occupy Wall Street (i.e. “Wake up, pond scum”). Alan Moore disagrees with Frank Miller about Occupy Wall Street, and probably everything else ever.
Comics Alliance interviews Susie Cagle, who was teargassed and arrested while reporting on Occupy Oakland for Good magazine. The article has a couple of her sketches and some distressing video.
In the 1998 New York Times Review of Science Fiction, Samuel Delany writes about the history of African-American writers of science fiction, race and racism in science fiction and why Octavia Butler might wonder, “Why, when you invite me, do you always invite that guy, Delany?”
Fans are upset with DC’s drop from 12% female creators to just under 2%, or, well, 3 total. And fans, most notably the Batgirl of San Diego, asked about it at San Diego Comic Con. DC’s Dan DiDio responded by demanding of a male fan, “What do those […]
Started by found CG Edtitor Jim Munroe and Mare Sheppard, The Difference Engine Initiative aims to diversify what kinds of games are made by offering gamemaking incubators for underrepresented groups in the game industry. As part of this, the Hand Eye Society will be running 2 game incubators […]