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Andrea E. Beizer


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  • May 21, 2024

    Alex Garcia

    Congratulations, Class of 2024!

    We’re celebrating “Graduation Season” at Comics Kingdom and are proud to welcome our latest lineup of outstanding new comics. These new comics are packed with unique stories and incredible artistry that are sure to entertain and captivate. Let’s dive into the latest members of our prestigious lineup! Flash Gordon Returning with a bang, Flash Gordon is back to dazzle new audiences with his epic space adventures. Initially created in 1934 by Alex Raymond, this legendary hero has inspired generations of comic fans and creators alike. The latest iteration by Dan Schkade brings fresh life to this iconic character, continuing his legacy with thrilling new escapades. Flash Gordon’s revival has even been featured in the Washington Post, highlighting its cultural impact and timeless appeal. Never Been Deader Tommy Devoid brings us the hilarious afterlife comedy Never Been Deader. Follow Lifeless Carl as he navigates the quirky world of the undead office. This comic adds a humorous twist to everyday workplace antics, making the afterlife seem oddly relatable and uproariously funny. Rosebuds Rosebuds by Supr Dee (Deon Parson) tells the heartwarming and lively tales of the Gonzalez sisters. Originally popular on social […]
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  • February 20, 2023

    Alex Garcia

    Introducing ALICE! A New Comic Strip by Andrea Beizer

    We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new comic strip on Comics Kingdom, ALICE! Created by the talented artist, cartoonist, architect, and college professor Andrea Beizer. Andrea’s diverse background in the visual arts, architecture, and education has led her to develop an incredibly unique and thought-provoking comic strip that will captivate readers from all walks of life. Alice, the main character, is getting older but is still single and trying to make her mark on society.  She is a person going about her life.  Her reality depends on what is happening at any moment and how she perceives it within the context of relationships, society’s expectations, and desires.  Although it may seem like an endless struggle, there are signs of hope as Alice often questions her situation and the reality of her environment.  I see her as a reaction of “every woman” or “every man” because, in the end, who we are is an accumulation of our thought and struggles, no matter how “real” or “dysfunctional” they may seem to others. Drawing inspiration from a wide range of art forms, Andrea’s outsider art perspective has infused ALICE with a […]
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