It’s halfway through Pride Month, and the official trailer for Nimona is out. The highly anticipated adaptation of ND Stevenson’s queer-centered 2015 graphic novel of the same name gives a more in-depth look at what the audience can expect.Continue reading “Chaos, Fun, and Adventure Unfolds in ‘Nimona’ Official Trailer”
What do you get when you have a story set in a futuristic medieval world, centered on a character dynamic akin to Pedro Pascal and the Child(-ren) in his care these days? You get Nimona!Continue reading “Netflix Gives First Peek and Release Date for ‘Nimona’”
Moving as an adolescent, especially moving to another country, is hard. Being forced to move, and unknowingly doing so only to realize later your life has changed, is severely difficult, but can also be fortifying. Writer and cartoonist Robin Ha knows that latter experience all too well, relaying it at Washington DC’s Fantom Comics, speaking with The Nerds of Color EIC Keith Chow about her new graphic memoir, Almost American Girl, this past February 8.