An in-depth discussion of nineties ephemera and exploration with two of the most influential cartoonists on the scene today.
A mash-up of conspiracy steampunk combine for a roaring alt-history adventure!
Scholastic wants YOU to take home some primo books from their AFK video game-centric line.
Part memoir, part travelogue, and all lushly drawn, I MOVED TO LOS ANGELES is simply a wonderful book for those who want to learn the finer details of the animation industry.
Attention all padawans and Jedi masters alike! The Starspeeder family saga continues, this time with Christina Starspeeder, one of the Jedi Academy’s star students, in the seventh installment of the wildly popular middle grade graphic novel series from Scholastic. In case you haven’t had the pleasure to explore these thoroughly charming books, Jedi Academy follows the […]
No matter the context, heroin addiction is an incredibly painful subject. The curse of heroin is that it is not a solitary drug. Everyone who comes into contact with this most potent opioid–from users to their loved ones–is affected in some tangible way. For many, the pain of addiction is translated into shame: shame for […]
At San Diego Comic Con earlier this year, I had the opportunity to interview some of the cast of Nickelodeon’s newest iteration of everyone’s favorite terrapin protectors of New York City. The way things work in the press room though is that everyone is only given a limited amount of time, so a lot of […]
Celebrating fifty years of the animated lever pullers with a new comic book adaptation from Bill Morrison!
A beautifully rendered vision of the Old West as seen through the singular vision of Lisa Hanawalt.
Polish up a shiny red apple for it’s back to school in this charming and sweet graphic novel.