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Symbolia Magazine combines comics and text in digital form to present a new way of telling real-life stories. Its co-founder says Symbolia may not be the future of journalism, but it reflects where journalism is at right now.
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Susie Cagle's "Sea Change" was featured in Symbolia's first issue.
Illustrations of Symbolia’s co-founders, Erin Polgreen (left) and Joyce Rice
Op-Ed: China’s artificial islands in South China Sea – Major own goal?
Scientists discover how deadly fungus evades immune system
Op-Ed: Van Halen rocks on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
Anne Frank died earlier than thought, new study says
Seafood company ordered to shut down over adulterated fish
Op-Ed: Religious Freedom Restoration Act — Christians, who do you serve?
The Conversation is heading to Africa
Einstein's contradiction of 'spooky action at a distance' refuted
E-cigarette use rises among teenagers
Amazing video of unborn baby clapping along to mother's song
Moment firefighter falls through burning roof caught on video
Review: Heffron Drive amazes on new 'Happy Mistakes: Unplugged' album
Adani's coal mine could be trashed if a little bird triumphs
Google rolls out Pac-Man on Maps for April Fool's Day
Op-Ed: Why Muhammad Ali roots for Manny Pacquiao
Oculus chief scientist: 'Our experience of the world is illusion'
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