The initial line-up of books will cover topics like the Constitution, the role of news media, and citizenship.
John Seven reviews The Breakaways by Cathy G. Johnson and Chronin Volume 1 by Alison Wilgus
Come along as we Bake Like A Pro! with First Second’s new Maker Comics, a series of DIY graphic novels dedicated to getting people moving and making.
In Guillaume Singelin’s PTSD, a fictional war and a fictional city bear resemblance to real life, examining in dark and gritty terms how people are stripped of their connection with other humans, and the daunting work of rebuilding what they lost. Jun is a homeless veteran who staggers through a chaotic and filthy urban environment […]
The new book, from writer Kevin Panetta and artist Savanna Ganucheau, is out now from First Second, and it’s liable to make you feel things.
Kevin Panetta and Savanna Ganucheau tell The Beat about their graphic novel.
The award-winning Finnish comic comes to America
The past is filled with unresolved issues, incidents, relationships for most people, and in many ways Tillie Walden’s On A Sunbeam is about moving forward to work on what’s past. It’s apt that this is a science fiction adventure, but while storywise it concerns itself with space travel, time travel is just as crucial to […]
EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Detective Sweetpea: An all-new all-age graphic novel series from Sara Varon.
In Idle Days, writer Thomas Desaulniers Brousseau and artist Simon Leclerc traverse the connection between personal psychological distress and the ghostly sins of the past, in a backdrop of world-shattering dread that, in many ways, mirror what too many people are probably feeling these days — or at least, believe we are on the brink […]