Artist Jaime Hernandez reunites his ‘Love and Rockets’ women, but only loves one now

It is by now a legendary piece of comic book lore: In 1981, a trio of brothers from Oxnard — Jaime, Gilbert and Mario Hernandez — self-published a slim black-and-white comic book they titled “Love and Rockets.” The volume, reprinted the following year by Fantagraphics, contained a riff on old monster... Continue reading at 'Los Angeles Times'

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Love and Rockets' Jaime Hernandez Creates Graphic Novel for Kids

We spoke with Eisner and Harvey Award-winning graphic novelist Jaime Hernandez about his children's debut, 'The Dragon Slayer: Folktales from Latin America.' Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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The Comics Universe Of Jaime Hernandez

The younger Hernandez brother adds two installments to the groundbreaking Love and Rockets series in 2019. Continue reading at Publishers Weekly

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Ai Weiwei’s segment was cut from ‘Berlin, I Love You’ to appease China, artist and producers say

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PEN’s Jennifer Clement on ‘Gun Love’ and Women’s Rights

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Artists Turned Apple's App Store Guidelines Into A Lovely Comic Book

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Women ran. Women won. Women changed the rules of American politics.

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Vicky Williams on Women in Publishing: Women and Men Need to Champion Women

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If you love books and also love, you can rent this bookstore for a COVID-friendly date night.

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Queers Love Comics, and “Grease Bats” Loves Queers

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