Empty Zone Volume 1: Conversations With the Dead

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Pages: 136

Publisher: Image Comics (December 29, 2015)

ISBN: 1632155486

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All together, their percentages for women and combined non-white creators are lower than DC and Marvel’s, by a fair amount. Overall, we’ve got three publishers heading in different directions. Marvel is moving towards more representation for women and people of colour, DC is holding steady with women but overall dipping with non-white creators, and Image is doing worse with women and holding steady with creators of colour though their numbers there are the lowest of all three publishers Top Cow Classics in Black and White: Fathom #1 May 2000. The average comics reader doesn’t know much about the interplay between publishers and distributors (especially Diamond) and retailers, and while they might remember the way the industry dipped and staggered in the ’80s and ’90s, they likely don’t have as much insight and knowledge as Trotman does. When it comes to the intense barriers standing in the way of publishing success, Trotman is not only one of the best when it comes to explaining what those barriers are, but also knocking them down download Empty Zone Volume 1: Conversations With the Dead pdf.

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