There’s something about North America that has inspired multiple stabs at utopianism.
Brian Hibbs of Tilting at Windmills brings you a special video look at his book club, featuring exciting conversations with the creators of your favorite books!
Leah Williams tells The Beat about her transition from comics fan to comics pro.
Spoiler Warning in Effect — Upgrade Soul‘s only flaw might be that it is too hopeful about mankind, too hopeful about the potential silver lining, faint as it may be, that lies beyond the greed of people. It is a science fiction story in that, even as our elderly protagonists are abused by greedy, delusional […]
I’m going to admit to being embarrassingly ignorant on the subject of Algeria before reading Algeria Is Beautiful Like America, at best understanding the basic colonial relationship it had with France, and the continued tension because of that. While the book doesn’t offer a detailed history of the situation, it does hold the reader’s hand […]
Lion Forge’s Caracal imprint, aimed at Middle School readers aged 8-12, has announced plans to publish a trilogy of original graphic novels called The Underfoot by Ben Fisher, Emily S. Whitten, and Michelle Nguyen. The first of the three planned stories will be released in April 2019. The press release describes the first book, subtitled […]
The 10-issue series to be published by Lion Forge is due in April 2019, and it will be a neo-noir story of a photographer who can share the last images captured by the eyes of the dead.
Unfolding in total silence, from a script by Wilfrid Lupano, and with absolutely breathtaking art by Grégory Panaccione, A Sea of Love inserts broad strokes into very simple lives by portraying the slapstick, satirical adventures of a fisherman and his wife as they become swept up by the fury of the sea and the wider […]
Exploring what European comics offer for American readers
International travel is a lot more complicated than it used to be.