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Review: Puerto Rico Strong

It is a scary time to receive a package in Austin, especially when you don’t remember ordering anything. I had pre-ordered the comics anthology Puerto Rico Strong months ago and when I received it today it took me a few seconds to register what it was. I had bought it immediately

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La Política Revolucionaria Mexicana en las Historietas: Entrevista con Daniela MacGregor Sevilla sobre el Rol de las Historietas en el Sistema Educativo Posrevolucionario

Daniela MacGregor Sevilla presentará su ponencia «The Heroics of Education in Post-Revolutionary Mexico: ‘El Chamaco’ in ‘El maestro mexicano’ (1944)» este sábado como parte del Texas Comic Arts and Cultures Conference y Texas Comicon en San Antonio. Su presentación será parte de un panel titulado «The Cultures of Latin American

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Connecting Texts: «Daytripper» and Literature Review

Daytripper (2011) is Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá’s Eisner Award winning comic series (now distributed as a single collection or graphic novel) that tells the life story of Brás de Oliva Domingos in contemporary Brazil. The comic’s subtle movements across Brazil (Río, São Paulo, Bahía and Acemira) create a national story

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What We’re Reading: «Heredia Detective»

This graphic novel by Ramón Díaz Eterovic takes place in Santiago, Chile where a detective with a penchant for movies takes on the case of a women who was murdered while exiting a movie theatre. Serial killings, vintage film references and a touch of the noir genre make this an

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