Comics

Neighbors in Action: Kids Read Comics

Jun 18, 2014
http://mlatcomics.com

It’s Wednesday and time for our Neighbors in Action segment, where we feature people and organizations working to make our community a better place. Today we feature Kids Read Comics, a Michigan nonprofit that promotes comics for building youth engagement and creativity. This weekend marks their fifth annual Kids Read Comics celebration at the Ann Arbor district library.

Saginaw artist sketches his way to ESPN, Complex

Apr 11, 2014
Courtesy of Sean Mack

Artist Sean Mack said he’s been drawing since he was in diapers, and all that practice paid off. His work is now being featured in two popular publications: ESPN’s TrueHoop Blog and Complex’s music site.

MSU comics forum celebrates breadth of artform

Feb 20, 2014
Courtesy of MSU Comic Book Forum

Comic lovers from across the state will converge in East Lansing  this week for the annual MSU Comics Forum. This year’s event features an artist alleyway, panel discussions and keynote speaker Stan Sakai.

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Comic innovator makes superheroes more human

Oct 11, 2013
http://www.dccomics.com/

Comic book writer Geoff Johns did what many thought impossible. He made Aquaman cool, a feat that only a Spartan could achieve.

Current State #75 | April 26, 2013

Apr 26, 2013
Emanuele Berry

 

Today on Current State: Lansing native Maureen Abood explores her Lebanese culture through writing and food; a researcher penetrates the murky world of  organ trafficking; and MSU Library's world renowned comic book collection. 

Credit Emanuele Berry / WKAR-MSURandy Scott, the head of Michigan State University Libraries Comic Art Collection, says he remembers a time when there was an anti-comic book movement.Edit | Remove