A panel from Creature Entertainment’s ‘Tommy,’ a book about a boy with an imaginary friend who’s a serial killer. Both traditional and nontraditional comics are thriving in Miami.
A panel from Creature Entertainment’s ‘Tommy,’ a book about a boy with an imaginary friend who’s a serial killer. Both traditional and nontraditional comics are thriving in Miami. Juan Navarro Creature Entertainment
A panel from Creature Entertainment’s ‘Tommy,’ a book about a boy with an imaginary friend who’s a serial killer. Both traditional and nontraditional comics are thriving in Miami. Juan Navarro Creature Entertainment

In Miami, the future of comics is brighter than ever

November 06, 2016 7:00 PM