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Ohio State professor Frederick Aldama, co-creator and director of SOL-CON.
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The growing racial diversity of Columbus inspired an Ohio State University English professor to create an exposition for black and brown comic artists and animators. Now in its fifth year, “SÕL-CON: The Brown and Black Comix Expo” brings together students, indie comics, exhibitors and industry insiders.

The Rise of the Comic Book Shop

Dec 26, 2017
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Today at 11am

The 2017 on-screen adaptation of Wonder Woman broke records as Warner Brothers' first woman centered comic book movie directed by a woman. Coming up we look at how the places where comic books are sold are continuing to break barriers and make spaces for comic book fans, geeks and nerds.


The Rise of the Comic Book Shop

Nov 16, 2017
Emilie Farris / Pixabay

The 2017 on-screen adaptation of Wonder Woman broke records as Warner Brothers' first woman centered comic book movie directed by a woman. Coming up we look at how the places where comic books are sold are continuing to break barriers and make spaces for comic book fans, geeks and nerds.

11:00 Before Tom & Jerry, before Bialystock and Bloom, there was Siegel and Shuster-- two Jewish boys from Cleveland with wild imaginations shaped by raw talent, high school rejection and their hometown. They were Superman's originators, and in this hour, we'll talk to the author of a new biography about their long partnership, shaky business choices and the American Way. Guests