Yes we cannabis in Box Brown’s latest original graphic novel.
‘Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the Freshman Force’ is due out May 15 from Devil’s Due Comics, and it will feature work from a host of comics creators.
A Year of Free Comics: An Update on Sudan’s Political Situation by Yazan Al-Saadi & Enas Satir
“What’s happened to the American Dream?” “It came true. You’re lookin’ at it.”
The midterm elections are upon us and we need comics to survive it. This year’s voter turnout is projected to rival that of the 1960s, when the counterculture was at its peak and when the political rifts that divided the nation rivaled those that led to the Civil War a century earlier. Comics offered a […]
We Happy Few is largely about Joy, a drug that makes the retro-futuristic 1950s English populace so blissed out that they forget an undisclosed traumatic event. The world seems perfectly fine, bright and colorful, until you aren’t taking your medicine- rotten food, decrepit infrastructure, essentially all horrible things are masked with Joy. Those who don’t […]
Legendary creator, writer, and artist Neal Adams talks about the historical vitality of comics to tell stories about the Holocaust and the present need for Holocaust education.
Sometime after this, Pixar contacted Alcaraz. “They invited me for a ‘little-chat,’” he said. When they asked for his help to work on the movie, Alcaraz was stunned. “I was thinking, ‘wow universe, you have a sick sense of humor.” But, Alcaraz saw this as a great opportunity and accepted it. “I wanted to make sure this wasn’t going to be the Aladdin for Mexicans.”
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Farce or tragedy? By August we’ll know. But New Yorker’s cartoonist Shannon Wheeler (God is Disappointed in You, Grandpa Won’t Wake Up) is wasting no time with an ode to our President’s greatest medium: the tweet.