The feminine in Lilli Carrés’ “Kingdom” and Derik Badman’s “Colletta Suites”
Archive for: Derik Badman
Dragonlance: a comic so low on the totem pole that there isn’t a Wikipedia page for it.
There is a line of comics poetry that runs through the history of comics.
The stories Hernandez tells are grounded in a contemporary reality (one that, unlike most comics, acknowledges race, sexuality, and class) but are also willing to touch on a host of modes and genres. The early stories are a little too rooted in science fic
Text by Wallace Stevens; Art by Derik Badman.