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INTERVIEW: Isabel Greenberg imagines being Charlotte Brontë in GLASS TOWN

Greenberg talks technique and taking liberties with history in creating the Brontës’ imaginary world.
Amy Reeder’s Amy Winston as Princess Amethyst

INTERVIEW: How Amy Winston as Princess Amethyst is really a reflection...

Reeder comes full circle as writer and artist in the DCU’s revival of Mishkin & Cohn’s 1980s’ series.

Roz Chast, the Poet Laureate of Urban Neurosis, presents Can’t We...

Chast ruminates on motherhood, daughterhood, and illness (via The Merck Manual)

INTERVIEW: In ALMOST AMERICAN GIRL, the universal language of comics connected...

Coming-of-age in the South and learning to embrace the Korean-American identity.

65 of the most anticipated graphic novels for Winter 2020

New and upcoming graphic novel releases for January-March 2020.

INTERVIEW: Rob Kuck’s TradeOff teaches a new generation the pains, gains,...

Testing investment know-how in a faux Wall Street environment.
No Longer Human novel cover

REVIEW: Junji Ito’s NO LONGER HUMAN turns human folly into a...

Ito's adaptation of Osamu Dazai's bestselling novel is a remarkable visualization into mental illness.

INTERVIEW: Quinton Peeples explores the burden of family legacies in THE...

Peeples gives this dark and gritty small town Texas noir a personal twist.

INTERVIEW: Evan Dorkin, Veronica & Andy Fish explain how Re-Animator influenced...

When the Dark Horse series Blackwood concluded, a lover’s spat left a trail of bodies in her wake, and it was up to a...

REVIEW: Levius awakens to a changed world in LEVIUS /EST

Levius preps for another epic battle as corporate powers wage war in the arena.

INTERVIEW: The Pander Brothers talk alien abduction, history and 45’s influence...

How President Trump became food for fodder in the revamp of this ‘90s comic series.

REVIEW: Riad Sattouf’s dueling cultural identities take a dark turn in...

Riad grows up in the 1990s amidst a crumbling marriage, sexual awakening and radicalization.