Interview: Henry Barajas’ Brings His Heritage to Comics with ‘Tata Rambo’

Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen

As of this writing, today, October 15th, marks the official conclusion of Hispanic Heritage Month. This annual celebration focuses on the achievements, legacy, culture, and diversity of Latin Americans and Hispanic Americans (respectively). Naturally, that includes, but is not limited to comics.

From heavy hitters like George Perez and Axel Alonso to talents such as Gabby Rivera and Lea Hernandez — our beloved medium has an impressive and complex…

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