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 […]
Terrible Means is a prequel to B. Mure’s Ismyre book from a couple years ago, but you don’t need to have read the previous book to understand it. As the book begins, there is something wrong in Ismyre, but those who notice it can’t quite put their finger on what is causing it. Ex-biologist Henriett […]
In some ways aiming to be the Black Mirror of graphic anthologies, I Feel Machine features six cartoonists each exploring the intersection between humanity and technology, and how humans change because of their encounters with the fruits of technological advance. Unlike Black Mirror, though, the creators behind I Feel Machine don’t necessarily try to start […]
§ I got a bath bomb for Christmas and wondered if I should take one of those fancy baths with wine and candles and a book. This idea has never appealed to me since the candles will fall into the water and go out, the book will get all wet, and you’ll get […]
§ Nice art! Joe Quinones. look! look! it's SO PRETTY pic.twitter.com/83OSOxShft — Chip Zdarsky (@zdarsky) December 13, 2017 § Nice art! Arielle Jovellanos particular standouts. ✨ pic.twitter.com/oNu8EgnlFa — Arielle Jovellanos ✨ (@joviellety) November 28, 2017 § Nice Art: I *think* you can read Sophie Goldstein’s review of Last Days of an Immortal by Fabien Vehlmann […]
As is tradition, Publishers Weekly has kicked off the end-of-year Best Books lists (which I contributed to as the PW Graphic Novels Review Editor). Five comics were selected for the 2017 list: Boundless, Jillian Tamaki (Drawn & Quarterly) Sex Fantasy, Sophia Foster-Dimino (Koyama) My Favorite Thing Is Monsters, Emil Ferris (Fantagraphics) My Lesbian Experience with Loneliness, Nagata […]
This was an SPX unlike any previous SPX, as the tumult of the outside world has reached even Camp Comics. But the welcoming spirit of unity and creativity was still there, and strang as ever.
“There was definitely a point where I realized I could google gay things.”
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Summer is OVER pic.twitter.com/hnp77RZTsl — Tillie Walden (@TillieWalden) September 11, 2017 § Nice Art: Tillie Walden captures the anticipation of fall in this sketch. Walden’s eagerly awaited Spinning – sure to be one of the graphic novels of the fall – drops today and we’ll have an interview with her on the site later today […]