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    Tim Leong, Editor in Chief, and Laura Hudson, Senior Editor, at the Comic Foundry Launch Party in August.

    What Is Comic Foundry?

    The market already has comic magazines talking to the two very opposite ends of fandom, but no one is speaking to the wide and growing number of fans who find themselves somewhere in between. Personally, I read a mix of superhero comics, indie comics, and manga. My reading isn’t limited to just one category—I like to mix it up, and I think most readers do too.

    Comic Foundry is also different by approaching comics from a lifestyle perspective, with stories about how comics can influence your everyday life, through fashion, decorating, music, nightlife, and more. Comic Foundry defies traditional stereotypes about comic book fans with a smart and stylish package designed to draw readers of every stripe into the fold.

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