Glow Vs the Star Primas

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IDW Publishing
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6.4 X 10.1 X 0.3 inches | 0.55 pounds
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About the Author

Tini Howard got her start in comics as a winner of the Top Cow Talent Hunt in 2013, which earned her the chance to write Magdelena: Seventh Sacrament (December 2014, Image/Top Cow). Since then she's worked on The Skeptics, Hack/Slash and Rick and Morty: Pocket Like You Stole It. She also writes about comics, primarily for and Paste magazine's website. Tini is a Slytherin.

Hannah Templer is a queer cartoonist and graphic designer currently living in Seattle. She graduated from Cornish College of the Arts in 2011 and has since worked as a colorist, cover artist and interior artist on well-known titles such as Samurai Jack, Tomb Raider, and Jem and the Holograms. She has also worked for several years at various Seattle design agencies, most recently as a UX designer at States of Matter. She enjoys life with her trusty dog Thistle and grumpy cat Noodle, and plays tabletop roleplaying games as often as she can.


"Tini Howard does a great job capturing the personality each actor brought to their specific character, while Hannah Templer keeps the artwork simplistic while filling the backgrounds with some funny gags. Fans of the show should give this a read."

"A delightful tie-in with authentic character voices, expressive art, fun colors, and competent lettering." -Multiversity Comics

"Writer Tini Howard tackles... with aplomb, while her tag-team partner artist Hannah Templer wows the crowd with some expressive cartooning that evokes the actresses of the show without ever getting heavy-handed or self-conscious... A winner." -Newsarama

"GLOW is an outright extension that could easily be a leaked script for season 3. The all-female creative team is perfect for this book; they seize every moment and powerbomb it with laughs, story, character, and truth." -PopCultHQ