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    US History in Comics for 'Hamilton' Fans
    US History in Comics for 'Hamilton' Fans 0

    It’s a bit late in the month for an Independence Day post but I know in quarantine many a viewer, myself included, have been watching the American Musical Hamilton on Disney+ (over and over and over again) to celebrate what we can while indoors. In 2015, Hamilton took the musical world by storm and now finally it’s available to all viewers and it’s still just as incredible in the way it opened the door to Broadway and to making history more accessible for all people and for those who want to know even more I highly recommend these historical titles to help you keep the Hamilton train going NONNNN-STOP. American history has long been chronicled in comic books with a majority of our favorite heroes being born in the World War II era but you can find a wealth of comics and graphic novels depicting the birth of our nation. If you’re a musical lover or a history buff you’ll love these titles that give us a change in perspective on the events that shaped our nation and inspire us to this day!

     

    Comics and Hope
    Comics and Hope 0

    Our current events are some of the most trying times a lot of us have lived through and it can
    be difficult to remain optimistic for the future. But something we can all take solace in is that
    we are not in this alone. Historically, comic books have been there for us through some of the
    worst times in our modern history and remind us of a brighter tomorrow for all of humanity.
    Many of us are stuck inside overwhelmed by the whirlwind of bad news that seems never
    ending but I’ve compiled a list of graphic novels that remind us that better times are ahead for
    all of us. We here at Bedrock City Comics are here to remind you that we are here for you and
    to remind you that we are all in this together. Here’s just a few comics I recommend to remind
    you that all is not lost as long as we keep moving forward. I hope you enjoy and stay safe and
    stay strong, Bedrock Citizens!

    Roll for Initiative on these D&D Themed Titles
    Roll for Initiative on these D&D Themed Titles 0

    It’s no question that Dungeons and Dragons has had a huge resurgence in popularity in recent years thanks to the likes of shows and podcasts but it is also a testament to table top RPG’s ease of access as it continues its reign and likely will for years to come. But of course with things like scheduling with your groups and other outside factors you can go quite some time in between sessions but luckily your local comic shop has the perfect titles for any TTRPG lover to hold you over!

    Crisis on Infinite Earths
    Crisis on Infinite Earths 0

    Crisis on Infinite Earths has been a stalwart reminder in comic history on what a crossover with lasting consequences should be. In this first Crisis of many, every single multiverse is being mysteriously and quickly destroyed and all of their heroes and villains with it.

    Hispanic Heritage Month
    Hispanic Heritage Month 0

    Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Check out a list of some of our favorite hispanic comic book characters and the reccomended reading for each!

    Christmas in Comics
    Christmas in Comics 0

    It's Christmas time outside (sort of, if you live in Texas like us), so it's the perfect time of year to curl up with a good book. Or a good comic.

    Women in Comics: Faith Erin Hicks
    Women in Comics: Faith Erin Hicks 0

    From webcomics to newspaper comic strips to graphic novels, Faith Erin Hicks has done it all, and she’s doing it again and again! This time with the epic conclusion of the Nameless City trilogy!

    Women in Comics: Brenna Thummler
    Women in Comics: Brenna Thummler 0

    Right away, you’re drawn into a world of soft, bright colors as the story opens on our young heroine, Marjorie, affirming her hatred of laundry and ghosts. You soon discover that Marjorie’s life is anything but easy. She was single-handedly keeping the family business running while her her father fell deeper and deeper into depression. Amidst school bullies, a tenacious slime of a businessman trying to steal their property, and now a little ghost who is nothing but trouble, Marj is having trouble keeping her own head above water.

    Women in Comics: Sarah Vaughn & Leila del Duca
    Women in Comics: Sarah Vaughn & Leila del Duca 0

    Today, we look into two modern comics heavy hitters, Sarah Vaughn, co-creator of Alex & Ada, and Leila Del Duca of award-winning Shutter fame.

    Women in Comics: Ru Xu
    Women in Comics: Ru Xu 0

    Soft colors bordered by contrasting lines make-up the majority Ru Xu’s artwork, giving it a calming, otherworldly feel. From her webcomic Saint for Rent, to her new graphic novel series Newsprints, to the various illustrations she’s done for her website and her Patreon, her artwork and storytelling breathe in fantastical pastels for all ages.

    Contributor: Taryn M. Gray

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