CBLDF PRESENTS: SHE CHANGED COMICS explores and illuminates the history of women in comics and how they changed the free expression of the art form. The women profiled in the book pushed boundaries, told personal stories, published books, explored politics and more, and their influence on the industry is indelible. In addition, Betsy explains the role of the CBLDF in protecting the first amendments rights of people involved in comics.
HADRIAN'S WALL, by Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel, & Rod Reis, is an ordinary story in an extraordinary setting. A man has been murdered under mysterious circumstances, and an investigator must figure out who did it. Complicating matters is the fact that the deceased is a man who not only shot the investigator in the past, but also went on to marry the investigator's ex-wife, who, by the way, is also present on Hadrian's Wall, the space ship that serves as the site of the murder. Got all that? Good. After, Higgins discusses how much he enjoys directing films.
Zack creates ECLIPSE with Giovanni Timpano, and together they give us a world where the sun scorches the surface of the Earth during the day, forcing humanity to retreat underground until the night. When someone is murdered during the daylight, a man is forced to investigate how and why, shortly before finding himself in a situation that's too hot to handle. When he's not writing ECLIPSE, Zack enjoys playing poker, and finds some comfort in the idea that the game can be a metaphor for life, too.