Immigrants in Comics, Secret Identities Sequel News

The Vilcek Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness about the contributions of immigrants, has dedicated the entire issue of its latest newsletter to immigrants in comics. The three features cover

  • Secret Identities, the Asian American superhero anthology
  • interviews with both writer Greg Pak and his creation, Korean American Amadeus Cho
  • an essay by Fran├žoise Mouly (founder of RAW magazine and Toon Books and art editor for The New Yorker) about how she was almost deported by the INS before she married Art Spiegelman

There’s also some news about Secret Identities revealed. Jeffrey Yang and his co-editors are planning a followup volume called Shattered due in Spring 2012. “Shattered will pick up where Secret Identities leaves off, with storylines that connect the characters of the first volume together within a larger universe.”

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One Response to “Immigrants in Comics, Secret Identities Sequel News”

  1. Secret Identities: Shattered Seeks Contributors » Comics Worth Reading Says:

    [...] Asian American superhero anthology Secret Identities previously announced a sequel volume, Shattered, will be coming in 2012. In a departure from the first book, which was about superheroes, this [...]

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