‘Blossoms in Autumn’ reviewed by John Seven
John Seven reviews ‘Nobody’s Fool: The Life and Times of Schlitzie the Pinhead by Bill Griffith’
By Nancy Powell Canadian cartoonist Faith Erin Hicks is primarily known for her graphic novels such as The Nameless City trilogy, Friends with Boys and the Eisner Award-winning The Adventures of Superhero Girl. But recently, Faith penned a novel loosely based on her life as as a comics creator. We sat down with Faith to […]
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Geek Girls Don’t Cry hits shelves April 2.
Once again talking about everything outside the pages and today I get to say thank you to the music that picks us up when we need it.
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 […]
Jon McNaught’s Kingdom captures the passive-aggressive clash between humankind and nature, and why it’s probably okay that they clash.
There’s something about North America that has inspired multiple stabs at utopianism.
You can go find all the horror comics currently being published and line them up with The Vagabond Valise and probably not find one that is anywhere equal in the level of disturbance lobbed at the reader by Quebecois cartoonist Siris. Not that this book is a horror comic at all. Instead, it’s an autobiography […]