Reviewed: Maria Frantz’s The Chancellor and the Citadel, Kevin Czap’s Four Years, and Gébé’s Letters To Survivors.
In the first volume of his cosmic epic, Charles Glaubitz laid out an onslaught of universe-shattering conspiracy weirdness that helped readers transcend the state of mind they accept as living in reality and accept what lies beyond. Starseeds 2 expands on that and promises to stretch eager minds further than they’ve ever gone through […]
Getting old comes with several features, some of them obvious but many of them not. One of the most alarming is the loss of identity in regard to other people. You might still know who you were, but the longer life lingers, the less the people around you have the wider scope of your vision […]
This recent anthology from Michigan State University, Sovereign Traces Vol. 1, edited by Gordon Henry Jr. and Elizabeth PaPensee, presents work from a number of Native American cartoonists paired with Native American writers to bring their work into sequential form. As the title to the collection hints, so many of the stories have to do […]
The Daughters of Salem, The Freak, and Misty Vol. 3 reviewed
Julie Delporte’s work is raw, and she is still impeccable at laying out an unmappable thought process that feels like a profound journey into the unknown.
Spanish cartoonist Juan Berrio captures the not the high emotions that leads to cacophonous confrontations, but the quiet moments
Reviews of Direct Action Gets the Goods, Hobo Mom, and Viewotron #1
If you’re seeking diversity in comics that comes at you both powerfully and gently at the same time, Iron Circus Comics may be your answer.
Jon McNaught’s Kingdom captures the passive-aggressive clash between humankind and nature, and why it’s probably okay that they clash.