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#BeingLatinxInComics – Independent Comics, Books, & Zines

#BeingLatinInComics Network: Writers | Artists | Journalists/Bloggers | MultiMedia | Independents


Diablo Comics | Youtube | Facebook | Google+ | Twitter

Diablo Comics. was founded in 2005 by filmmaker Scott “Diablo” Marcano.  Before he became “Diablo,” Scott was famous (infamous?) for writing the comedy cult classic Bio-Dome.  One day, Diablo got the bright idea of following his childhood dream and started selling comic books at a little table at Comic Con in San Diego.  His first book took off and became the popular horror graphic novel “The Unwanted” which begat the sci-fy epic “Hum,” and the wickedly terrifying “Nancy Hernandez and the Black Widows,” among many other terrific titles. 

Bien Vestido Press | Twitter

Bien Vestido Press is a small press based out of Tampa, Florida. BVP publishes comics, zines, and other image-text work by Latinx artists and writers. BVP is run by Jarod Rosellό, a Cuban American cartoonist, writer, and teacher, originally from Miami, Florida. BVP prints hand-made mini-comics, zines, and chapbooks on a Risograph printer. BVP is housed in the English department at University of South Florida.

Tragic Hero Comics | Twitter

Presenting the Tragic Hero Comics Universe! Don’t expect too many capes and tights. This is not your Grandpa’s comics or even your Dad’s! This is a whole new spin on super heroes, in a much darker world than most are used to seeing. In the real world lines get blurred; it’s not always as simple as right and wrong, so why should it be an different in the Tragic Hero Universe? Come witness the epic events unfold and watch as the most unlikely of us rise up and become the world’s biggest heroes and the least likely of us fall to become the world’s worst nightmares…

The “Tragic Hero Universe” is an independent labor of love and work in progress that stemmed from a love of comic books at an early age and many distractions during unproductive school days. Since then, Ray Zepeda has been working tirelessly to bring his “comic-verse” to life with the help of Ryan Scales (Iron Lion Studios) and Alexis Villanueva (House of Doodle). Our focus is to bring a new spin on Super Heroes, Antiheroes, and Villains to a broader audience and a new generation of comic book lovers! Now thanks to the support of amazing friends and family, Tragic Hero Comics is up and running and ready to show the world what we’re made of!

Brownywood Entertainment

Brownywood Entertainment will be at Latino Comics Expo. October 11th & 12th at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library@ San Jose State University, San Jose CA. This is an amazing comicon that showcases the work of comic book creators that are inspired and influenced by Latino culture. It is sponsored by the Casetllano Family Foundation, Cesar Chavez Foundation, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, Heritage Auctions and the San Jose State University. Organized by the wonderful Ricardo Padilla  and Javier Hernandez.

Chunky Girl Comics | Twitter

Comic Book Superheroes with curves who want the world to know that superheroes don’t have to be skinny! Superheroes, motivational speakers and plus models! Chunky Girl Comics is breaking down barriers and introducing the world of comics to Rosie, Sage, Sweet Pea and Candy, a group of ladies with curves in all of the right places that are determined to break the standards of what a typical superhero should look like.

RioBravoComics | Twitter

Rio Bravo Comics is an independent comic book publisher based in Dallas, TX that was founded by artist-creator Hector Rodriguez. The company’s first publication was EL PESO HERO #1. Created by Hector Rodriguez, El Peso Hero is a comic book heavily influenced by the modern-day challenges people from both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border currently face. The main story is centered on El Peso Hero, a rogue hero who is standing up against Mexico’s cartels, corrupt officials and human traffickers. With modern social issues such immigration, human trafficking and border corruption, El Peso Hero has garnered attention and praise from the Latino community and been featured on Univision, CNN, Telemundo, Fusion, TV Azteca and countless other media sites worldwide. El Peso Hero is now considered the company’s flagship series. We hope you enjoy the site and read all the amazing stories we have!

SodaPopComics | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Soda Pop Comics was created in 2007 by Carla Rodríguez (Writer) and Rosa Colón (illustrator). It is the first female-run comics studio in Puerto Rico. Their philosophy is to focus on well crafted and colorful, interesting sequential art. They’ve self published more than 60 individual publications, from series, one-shots, mini comics, art zines, and anthologies.

EtSpirituDivino | Twitter

Et Spiritus Divino is a horror adventure, set in the far-off future. A post-apocalyptic, ruined world, ridden with demons and other creatures of lore.

POWER & MAGIC PRESS | Tumblr | Twitter | Newsletter

Magic, wisdom, community, and misbehavior.

For many people across the world, the witch is a symbol of feminine strength and complexity. Power & Magic collects fifteen original comics about queer witches of color as they master their abilities, discover their traditions, and navigate love as beings with incredible power. Featuring the work of seventeen women, demigirls, and bigender creators of color, this queer witch comics anthology is as rich an experience as womanhood itself.

Power & Magic Press is an independent comics publisher in Portland, OR. Our mission is the creative and economic empowerment of queer creators, creators of color, and creators at the intersections.

El Verde | Facebook

El Verde is an original action-packed comedy that brings the exciting world of superheroes to the stage.

As an avid fan of superheroes, writer, Anthony Aguilar, wanted to see a series that strongly reflected his Latin American culture while keeping that comic book feel. So, Aguilar developed El Verde to counter the lack of Latinos represented in mainstream world of superheroes.

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#BeingLatinxInComics – Podcasts & Blogs

#BeingLatinInComics Network: Writers | Artists | Journalists/Bloggers | MultiMedia | Independents


Yamina Nater-Otero | Soundcloud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Works Include: Geekend Legion, Co-writes podcast episodes for Geekend Amazons.

Puerto Rican queer intersectional feminist: co-writes, co-hosts, edits and produces Geekend Amazons, a podcast dedicated to all things pop culture and intersectional feminism. Currently getting her masters in Environmental Studies, wants to grow up to be queer, latinx Leslie Knope. 

Leani Lopez | Take Back the Night | Twitter

Works Include: BLOOD, Slip of the Hand

Leani is a Puerto Rican writer and podcaster. She’s been a fangirl all her life, and has been writing since she was ten years old. She has self published a horror, young adult novel, and recently completed work on a screenplay and pilot. Along with her two best friends, she hopes to create a production company some day. She and her best friend put out a weekly podcast where they discuss writing tips and the role of women in geek culture, particularly queer women of color.

Comadres Y Comics | Instagram | Facebook

A biweekly podcast of three latinx women (Sara, Kristen, and Jennifer) talking about comics & pop culture

LatinaGeek

Artist. Philanthropist. Gamer. Youtuber. Cheerleader

The Geekend Amazons Podcast | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr

Welcome to the Geekend Amazons Podcast page! Twice a month, your hosts Mina and Bella, will discuss feminist issues with a nerdverse tie-in

Latinx Geeks | Website

Twitter community for Latinxs who love all things nerdy and geeky. Currently geeking out over One Day at a Time Info@latinxgeeks.com

Latinx Nerds | Website

Mission Statement – To promote Latinx nerds and our contributions to geekdom

 Latino Toons | Twitter

Latin American Comic Artists Association

Latino Jason Todd

Blog dedicated to archieving the headcanons of Latino Jason Todd

FYEAH LATINX REPRESENTATION ON US TELEVISION

An appreciation blog for all Latinx characters on US television shows. We appreciate Latinx of all sizes, shapes, genders, races, and orientations.

Latinx Heroes

A fansite dedicated to characters that are latinx, of latinx descent, or portrayed by latinx actors in any media.   You can tag us in your edits/art with #latinxheroes!


Do you know a Latinx podcast that talks about comics, and/or pop culture? Are you a Latinx journalist that writers about comic books, and pop culture? A Latinx artist working on self-publishing comic books, graphic novels, webcomics, or working for any major publishers? Maybe you run a Latinx blog that discusses comics and pop culture? Where ever you fit, there’s a place for you in #BeingLatinxInComics! Simply submit your information below to be added to the list and I’ll update as soon as possible.

The only requirements are that you must be Latinx, report or have reported on anything pop culture or comic book related, be a journalist and/or blogger! If you fit both of those criteria fill out the form below and I’ll add you to the list.

If you’re already on the list and would like your mini-profile updated (or removed) just fill out the “Other” comment box below with your request. This will be an every growing list that will change and develop to include more information (and a prettier layout) as time goes on. For now, enjoy!

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#BeingLatinxInComics – The Artists

#BeingLatinInComics Network: Writers | Artists | Journalists/Bloggers | MultiMedia | Independents


Munrou | Twitter

Freelance artist based in Humacao, PR.  for inquires send an email: rodrigiez.keishlam@gmail.com

Amelia Vidal | Twitter

Animation layout artist, storyboard artist, character designer, illustrator, and sailor scout who fights for love and justice.

Naomi | Twitter

Hispanic artist! Anxiety Fox! Worked for Illumination, NickJr, Facebook, DragonCon, WeLoveFine, MassAnimation

rii abrego | Twitter

queer chicanx artist (they/them🏳️‍🌈). professional sprout and rat friend, comic/cover artist for Boom! Studios. contact me about work at riibrego@gmail.com !

Sofia Davila | Twitter

Sequential Artist from Puerto Rico . SCAD Alumni . Freelance Artist . E-mail: sofiadavben34@gmail.com

Jijigeuse | Twitter

✨ ✧ Jiji Knight ✧ Illustrator ✧ Bi ✧ INFP-T 🏳️‍🌈✨// Sassy ladies • Body Positive • A little macabre // jijidraws@gmail.com

roxy | Twitter

Dri | Twitter

Freelance Artist type . Robot problem. Contact: drigomez.art@gmail.com

Rudy Mora | Twitter

Mirelle Ortega | Twitter

S T R O V I | Twitter

Carrie Salazar | Pinterest | Instagram | Facebook 

Works Published: H is for Houston is a nonfiction alphabet children’s picture book with fun facts about Houston, Texas. Joy and Mary Save Christmas – Christmas book for 4-6 graders. New Leaf for Lyle – Lyle’s heart is in the right place, but he lies about everything!

Carrie is a Latina illustrator working in traditional and digital media. Raised in southeastern Louisiana, she now lives with her family in Berkeley, CA. She creates portraits paintings but most enjoys creating webcomics and illustrating for children.

Alexis Ziritt | Twitter

Works Published: Image, Dark Horse, Black Mask, Heavy Metal, IDW, Fantagraphics, BOOM! Studios

Alexis is originally from Venezuela but has lived in Florida for the past decade. He’s been published in Complex Magazine, Heavy Metal, BOOM! Studios and Dark Horse Comics among others. His kung fu is strong.

BadApple | Facebook

I am a multi-faceted artist that pushes to become better everyday. Graduating with a Bachelors Degree in Media Arts & Animation at The Art Institute of California-Los Angeles, I have expanded my knowledge as an artist and now have a greater understanding of how to achieve my life goals in the creative field. I dedicate myself everyday in pushing my skill set to the next level and become a driving force in the art industry.

Ninoska Arte

We are Jacqueline Ortiz & Hannibal Garcia, an artist couple currently living in Los Angeles CA. We began Ninoska Arte as a way to pay tribute to Jacqueline’s little sister Ninoska thus the strong influence of Dia De Los Muertos in our work. Day of The Dead allows us to express our likes, grief & nostalgia as evident in our characters. We have a huge catalogue of drawings to choose from , check back in for weekly updates.

Yehudi Mercado | Twitter | Facebook

Writer-illustrator Hero Hotel/ Pantalones, TX/ Buffalo Speedway/ Rocket Salvage/ Sci-Fu/ Guardians of the Galaxy mobile game.

Sabrina Cintron | Twitter | Tumblr

Illustrator, concept and comic artist with a passion for storytelling.

Vanesa R. Del Rey | Website

Illustrator/Concept artist making comics

Alejandra E. Gámez

Mexican comic artist / Illustrator. In constant pursuit of motivation. Author of The mountain with teeth.

Virus Visal

I make comics and websites || Comic artist and front-end-developer.

Eliana Falcón | Cosmic Fish | Facebook 

Puerto Rican that tries to do stuff. Like, say, a webcomic!

MJ Barros | Twitter | Facebook 

Comic Artist. Character Designer. Author of “The Order of Belfry” and “Corazon de Obsidiana”

Samuel Blanco | Facebook

Cartoonino Latino. Freelance comics illustrator, and graphic designer.

Jennifer Hernandez | DA

I’m Jen, comic artist for Archie’s Sonic the Hedgehog series. When I’m not drawing speedy blue hedgehogs, I doodle magical girls and update my Twitter icons.

Danilo Beyruth

Danilo Beyruth is a professional illustrator and comic book creator from deep in the jungles of Brazil.

Eva Cabrera | Twitter | Facebook

Graphic Novel Author & Illustrator of many colors ★ I love comics, travel, books, videogames, I’m coffee addict ☕️ Continue reading “#BeingLatinxInComics – The Artists”

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#BeingLatinxInComics – The Journalists & Bloggers

#BeingLatinInComics Network: Writers | Artists | Journalists/Bloggers | MultiMedia | Independents


Enrique ReaTwitter | Facebook | Instagram

Find Work On: Spartantown

Mexican-American geek culture blogger from Los Angeles that covers comic books, television, movies, cosplay, and art. Owner and editor of Spartantown.net

 

Andrea | Twitter

Full time retail worker and translation student, complaining about mainstream media on my spare time. Aspiring writer. Opinionated as fuck. Bisexual, biracial, bilingüe, bitch.

Sylvia Monreal | Twitter | Geek Girl Con | GeekWire | FemHype | Not Your Mama’s Gamer | Fresh Out Of Tokens | The Heroine’s Journey Podcast  | Group Date | ¿Cómo se Dice Nerd?

Mestiza nerd. M.Ed. Clark Kent’ing in the nonprofit sector. Alum of Princeton, AmeriCorps & VONA/Voices. She/her.

Ahmad Childress | IGN

Ahmad Childress is the Editorial Manager for Entertainment Content at IGN Entertainment. Ahmad has previously worked for Machinima and CraveOnline.

Jose Figuero | Geeks of Color

AfroIndigenous Boricua 🇵🇷. Darth Vader’s illegitimate child. .

Marco Lopez Pimentel | Twitter | Facebook

Home of Marco Lopez Indie Comic Book Creator, contributing writer for Bleeding Cool and screenwriter/producer

 | Twitter

Nerdess Extraordinaire. Pop Culture Junkie. Uber Tomboy. FILA. Unapologetically Afro-Latina. Social Media Curator for and . Panel Coordinator.

Rodrigo Sanchez | Twitter

Rodrigo Sanchez-Chavarria is a writer and spoken word poet of Peruvian heritage heavily involved with Palabristas, a local Latin@ poets collective. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and an involved activist in the Latin@ community. He writes about fatherhood, the duality of two cultures in English, Spanglish and Spanish, and issues pertaining to his community and life experiences.

Arturo R. Garcia | Twitter

Team . Editor-At-Large , Alum . Progressive w/geeky interests. Tweets are always mine. ‘Notorious anti-white racist.’ — Breitbart

Eric Silva Brenneman | Twitter

Contributor , . Musician/performing artist (). Teacher, polyglot, futebol, bjj, former tear gas magnet.

Sergio Alexis | Twitter | Website

Your Enby friend who writes comics, is latnix, consults for diversity and rants a lot. Contributes to

Kat Overland | Twitter 

Works Published: Women Write About Comics

Small press editor & copyeditor for Women Write About Comics. A displaced Texan now living in Washington, DC, she is perpetually behind on reading her pull list. She’s a millennial Latina, who can be seen casually cosplaying America Chavez and interrogating texts via queer & disability theory.

Osvaldo Oyola | Twitter | Facebook

Dr. Osvaldo Oyola successfully defended his dissertation, “(Re)Collecting Identity: Popular Culture and Narratives of Authentic Self in Transnational American Literature” in April 2014, securing his PhD in English from Binghamton University. In it, he explores how popular culture and collection practices are put to use as framework for positioning identity in a transnational American literary context, including memoir, comics and literary fiction. Osvaldo posts his thoughts (and those of guest writers) on popular culture, race, and gender on his own blog, The Middle Spaces, focusing on popular music and comic books. He serves on the Executive Committee for the International Comics Art Forum, lives in Brooklyn, NY, where he grew up, and is currently a lecturer in the New York University Expository Writing Program.


Do you know a Latinx podcast that talks about comics, and/or pop culture? Are you a Latinx journalist that writers about comic books, and pop culture? A Latinx artist working on self-publishing comic books, graphic novels, webcomics, or working for any major publishers? Maybe you run a Latinx blog that discusses comics and pop culture? Where ever you fit, there’s a place for you in #BeingLatinxInComics! Simply submit your information below to be added to the list and I’ll update as soon as possible.

The only requirements are that you must be Latinx, report or have reported on anything pop culture or comic book related, be a journalist and/or blogger! If you fit both of those criteria fill out the form below and I’ll add you to the list.

If you’re already on the list and would like your mini-profile updated (or removed) just fill out the “Other” comment box below with your request. This will be an every growing list that will change and develop to include more information (and a prettier layout) as time goes on. For now, enjoy!

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#BeingLatinxInComics: The Writers

Jai Nitz | Twitter

Works Include: El Diablo, Sucide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo, Green Hornet

George Perez | Twitter | Comic Vine Bio

Works Include: Wonder Woman, Avengers, New Teen Titans, Tales of Teen Titans

The Hernandez Brothers | Facebook

Works Include: Love and Rockets

Terry Blas | Twitter | Facebook

Works Include: Briar Hollow, You Say Latino, Ghetto Swirl, Morbid Obesity, The Amazing World of Gumball

Stephanie Barros | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram

Works Include: Art Trade, Fantasma

Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez | Twitter | Facebook | Vimeo | Instagram

Works Include: La Borinqueña, Guardians of the Infinity

Barbara Perez Marquez | Twitter

Works Include: Heiresses of Atalanta, Buff Babe Zine Vol. 2 (Strength, and Awakening), The Order of Belfry

Liz Mayorga | Tumblr | Facebook | Twitter

Works Include: Tallulah’s Daily Growl, The Nature of the Beast

Jules Rivera | Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn

Works Include: Valkyrie Squadron, Misfourtune High, Headlocked, Working Holiday, Vampires on Mars, The Merry Adventures of Prince Ashe

Frederick Luis Aldama

Works Include: Graphic Borders: Latino Comic Books Past, Present, and Future (World Comics and Graphic Nonfiction), Multicultural Comics: From Zap to Blue Beetle (Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Culture), Your Brain on Latino Comics: From Gus Arriola to Los Bros Hernandez (Cognitive Approaches to Literature and Culture)

Alejandro Bruzzese | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram

Works Include: Proxy (from La Raza Anthology), God Hates Astronauts

Carolina Dalia Gonzalez

Works Include: It’s All About The “r” (from La Raza Anthology)

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#BeingLatinxInComics – Get To Know El Diablo; A Resource Guide

Origin:

Chato Santana was the ruthless and powerful leader of a dangerous street gang in Los Angeles who gained pyrokinetic powers following an encounter with Lazarus Lane. After a rival gang sold drugs on his turf and refused to give him a cut, Chato attacked them at their home, setting the building ablaze. Entering the building, he found that not only the gangsters, but also a woman and children, had died in the blaze. Distraught, he allowed himself to be taken into custody.

Character Breakdown:

Comic Appearances:

El Diablo written by Jai Nitz and art by Phil Hester

The haunted horseman returns to the DCU in a six-issue miniseries! Who is Chato Santana? A ruthless ganglord or a modern-day Robin Hood? Caught between the law and a power struggle in his gang, Chato meets Lazarus Lane, an impossibly old man with a possessed past. Witness this tale of rebirth, revenge, betrayal, justice, Hell, comeuppance, curses, and consequences.

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New Suicide Squad – #17 – 21

Following the events of Forever Evil, the US Government is aware of Amanda Waller’s “Task Force X” project, and co-opts the Suicide Squad to act in the interest of the US in situations that seem like the villains are just committing standard acts of villainy.

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Suicide Squad N52 – #1 – 5, #8 – 16

A “New 52” initiative book featuring a reformed Suicide Squad. Team members include Harley Quinn,Deadshot, King Shark, El Diablo, Black Spider, and more. As with previous incarnations of the team, the Squad is run by government agent Amanda Waller.

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Sean Ryan (W), Jeremy Roberts (Art)
Sean Ryan (Writer), Jeremy Roberts (Art)

SUICIDE SQUAD MOST WANTED: EL DIABLO AND BOOMERANG #1

From the pages of SUICIDE SQUAD comes an all-new series featuring two of the team’s most infamous heroes, El Diablo and Boomerang! First, a sudden pardon frees the fiery El Diablo from Belle Reve prison, much to the shock (and irritation) of team leader Amanda Waller. Chato returns to his old neighborhood to reunite with his family, but when he’s attacked by a heavily armed local gang and their leader, the deadly, super-powered Bloodletter, will his freedom and his life get cut dramatically short?

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Cover by: Mike Huddleston & Rico Renzi
Cover by: Mike Huddleston & Rico Renzi

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#BeingLatinxInComics – How It All Started, and Where It’s Going

This first chat was accidental. I didn’t begin tweeting about the latinx identity or creating the #BeingLatinxInComics hashtag with the intention of gaining a lot of attention or pursuing it further. I was simply working on a new article about the latinx identity in comics at the time, and decided to tweet about it. I wanted some other opinions to help get my brain going, and suddenly there was an entire discussion happening around me.

That first chat was an amazing experience. Discussing the latinx identity, especially with other latinx fans, was an amazing feeling for me. As I grow older, I grow more proud of my afro-latinx – and boricua – identity. I continue to attempt to learn more about my ancestry, my culture, and my people to better understand that identity. So I can better understand myself, and my family. My cultural and racial identity are very important to me; my identity is a source of pride in the face of great continuing adversity.

I hope that #BeingLatinxInComics can be a place where like-minded fans can discuss the various facets of the latinx identity, and non-latinx can learn a bit more about our culture and people.

In the initial chat, it was a mix of personal research, and branching discussion. We discussed how whitewashed latinxs are in comics, the erasure of our identities, and how many characters are latinx in name only.

The second follow-up chat was really a spur of the moment decision for me from riding high off the amazing response to the first chat. I decided to narrow this chat down a bit and see if a discussion about a single character’s latinx identity could work. The second chat was all about Miles Morales and how the writing for him, so far, has failed his latinx identity along with suggestions of what latinx writers could possibly write for him. To my surprise the chat was even more active than the previous one and by the end of it I knew I wanted to make this a continuing occurrence.

The #BeingLatinxInComics isn’t about negativity, it’s about discussion. Discussion which will include criticism (sometimes even harsh) of how these characters are written and portrayed in comics. But my goal for the hashtag is to also highlight latinx voices in the comic industry, give latinx fans a chance to share their thoughts and opinions, and hopefully educate non-latinxs on the latinx identity.

For future #BeingLatinxInComics chats, I will try hosting them once a month, at the end of each month, with a specific topic in mind. I’m trying to decide whether to have a monthly poll to decide the next month’s topic, or simply decide them for myself. Dates will have to be flexible due to my job and school, but the goal is to host a chat on the last Saturday of every month.

I hope everyone is as excited as I am to continue the #BeingLatinxInComics chats. I look forward to future discussions with both latinx and non-latinx fans. I hope others can learn from this, that overlooked latinx creators can be highlighted through this, and we all can have a good time expressing our feelings regarding the latinx identity. See you later this month for the #BeingLatinxInComics chat!

Want to read the first #BeingLatinxInComics chat? Check out the storify below!

#BeingLatinxInComics – Erasure of Latinx Identity

So this is the beginning of what I hope to make an on-going hashtag of what it’s like #BeingLatinxInComics and how comics can improve latinx representation. The hashtag can be both a source of constructive criticism and celebration of latinx characters in comics.

#BeingLatinxInComics: Miles Morales

The topic of this months #BeingLatinxInComics chat was Miles Morales’ Latinx identity (or lack of)! Culture, language, and the importance of Latinx creators was discussed. Stay tuned for next months chat!

Other Latinx chats to check out are #LatinxNerds monthly chats! They cover a wide range of topics and are hosted by a great group!