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There’s something about North America that has inspired multiple stabs at utopianism.
In Parallel Lives, Belgian cartoonist Olivier Schrauwen presents multiple versions of himself across the space-time continuum and well into dimensions that are untraceable in any normal sense, and he does so in a delivery that is decidedly singular. There’s no one else making comics like Schrauwen, and any given story is like an absurd deep […]
The past is filled with unresolved issues, incidents, relationships for most people, and in many ways Tillie Walden’s On A Sunbeam is about moving forward to work on what’s past. It’s apt that this is a science fiction adventure, but while storywise it concerns itself with space travel, time travel is just as crucial to […]
Brussels-based and Montreal-born cartoonist R. Rosen makes her graphic novel debut with Flem, a tale of psychological distress, self-destruction, and political activism that casts a sympathetic view towards all three, but not without a dose of reality. Julia Maarten is an art student and she’s falling apart. She can’t quite rise to the occasion in […]
Kriota Willberg and the author of Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, and Me on healthy and unhealthy sources of inspiration.
Fans of Marvel’s weekly series Avengers: No Surrender will have something more to look forward to in its follow-up, Avengers: No Road Home. Conan will enter the Marvel Universe in No Road Home #6, in the midst of Scarlet Witch entering the Hyborian Age and the Avengers preparing for a fight against the Queen of […]
“Feeling like you have a grip is feeling like you have the means to be flexible and figure our new things.”
Anytime I encounter a story with animals dominating the world in an aggressive stance against primitive humans, I can’t help but compare it to the two gold standards of my childhood, Planet of the Apes and Kamandi the Last Boy on Earth. The former, at least the first movie in the series, was thoughtful and […]
Everyone knows about the wider mythologies that creep their way into childhood, everything from Bigfoot to Slender Man that infects young brains in a way that the most fantastic fictions mingle with the drudgery of normal life. But there’s also all the local lore that doesn’t necessarily make it out into the wider world, the […]