This mysterious work adapted by Booker-nominated author Deborah Levy from her own story captures the dynamic between two advertising men, Tom and Nikos, who have some […]
By Rob Staeger Last month Drawn & Quarterly published the second installment in Mimi Pond’s fictionalized memoir, The Customer Is Always Wrong. A sequel to 2014’s Over Easy, The Customer is Always Wrong follows aspiring cartoonist Madge (based on the author) during her years waitressing at the Imperial Café, an Oakland eatery populated with a […]
I know things look kind of bad, especially the one year comparisons to August 2016. But recall that that month had DC’s best first-month sales of the modern Diamond era (the data I have goes back to March 2003). August 2017 was really just back to typical overall sales figures for DC.
Taimur Dar, AJ Frost, and Alex Lu take a look at the character development of our favorite misanthropic anthropomorphic animals in season four of BOJACK HORSEMAN.