The truth is that there is a perception that all comic book buyers are straight male readers, and that perception, while somewhat true, doesn’t have to be and really shouldn’t. Here Janelle Asselin talks about what we get, and why we need, a diversity of demographics reading comic books.

If you’re reading this, you probably already love comics. But it’s always nice to hear some more reasons why you should love comics. Here Janelle Asselin talks about what keeps her excited about the medium of sequential art.

Unfortunately for a lot of women who want to work in comics there is a weird gender wall that they encounter. Both in terms of getting a job as well as the working environment once they start. Here editor Janelle Asselin talks about some of the challenges in dealing with that environment.

Comic Book Editors are tasked with holding together a comic series and making sure it comes out at all. Often a thankless task (and it shouldn’t be). Janelle Asselin talks about her time working at DC Comics and Marvel/Disney.

Whether it is his work on Wonder Woman or the X-Men, Phil Jimenez remains a favorite artist of many comic book fans. But what you can’t see in his work is that Phil balances diabetes every day of his life. Produced in support of National Diabetes Awareness Month 2014 and the JDRF’s Thunderclap initiative. If […]