Off-Panel: 7 Indigenous Comics Creators to Know

This post originally appeared on Panels, which is now Book Riot Comics

Our daily round-up of news around the comics space, from the gutters and beyond.

Moonshot is a collection of indigenous comics with 33 contributors, the majority of whom are First Nations, Inuit or Métis. ‘I was really excited to showcase these artists and these writers that I’ve heard about and that I’ve seen online who really haven’t had a chance to reach a wider audience,’ said Toronto-based editor Hope Nicholson to q guest host Candy Palmater.”

Let’s all add these indigenous artists to our to-read lists! (and go find Moonshot immediately.)

“The ideal Bruce Banner is a cuddly teddy bear, likable in a wussy kind of way. An adorkable loser. Totally harmless…until the moment when he isn’t. And there’s no better actor to portray such a character than scruffy hipster heartthrob Mark Ruffalo.

With one caveat—he’s a white guy. And he should be Asian.”

Now this is interesting.

“William Shatner is teaming up with LNL Partners on a new comics imprint which will publish works by the Star Trek star, along with a new original graphic novel by comics legend Stan Lee through Lee’s company Pow! Entertainment.”

Okay then?

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