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INDIE VIEW: Women making their marks in ‘Aurora Borealice’ and ‘Nhun...

John Seven reviews 'Aurora Borealice' and 'Nhun the Huntress'

The TCAF 2019 Interviews: Kat Verhoeven on her long-running webseries Meat...

"I'm really proud of Meat & Bone, and it's very surreal to hold it and look at it. I've already read this book over hundreds of times, but it feels different to see it physically. Maybe I'm not exhausted, maybe I'm elated"

Interview: D. Boyd talks ‘Chicken Rising,’ only childhood, and dealing with...

John Seven talks D. Boyd, author of 'Chicken Rising'

INDIE VIEW: ‘Chicken Rising’ just feels like the end of the...

John Seven reviews 'Chicken Rising' and 'The Consumptive #4'

Review: Unpacking your demons in ‘The Vagabond Valise’

You can go find all the horror comics currently being published and line them up with The Vagabond Valise and probably not find one...

INDIE VIEW: Comics history, record collecting, and the punkest punk in...

Memorabilia By Sergio Ponchione Fantagraphics Books Italian cartoonist Ponchione has concocted a unique hybrid designed to highlight his own creative strengths while honoring those who have influenced...

Review: Broken souls, bloody noses, and activism in ‘Flem’

Brussels-based and Montreal-born cartoonist R. Rosen makes her graphic novel debut with Flem, a tale of psychological distress, self-destruction, and political activism that casts...

REVIEW: ‘Bastard’ features the world’s sweetest crime spree

In Bastard, Belgian cartoonist Max de Radigues presents one of the oddest crime partners you can imagine — mother and son. Well, not just...

Review: ‘Feast of Fields’ unleashes all the dimensions of emotion and...

Sean Karemaker created one of my favorite books of 2016, The Ghosts We Know, a dark autobiographical work that achieves a symbolic height as...

Review: Weegee biography captures the big picture

Let it be said upfront that in this more enlightened time, legendary photograph Weegee is not the kind of person that is given a...

Review: Zach Worton’s cautionary tale of artistic obsession

Zach Worton’s The Curse of Charley Butters begins with a mystery, but soon shifts gears to the more immediate story — that of the...

Review: Growing up with ‘The Case of the Missing Men’

From the Hardy Boys to Scooby Doo to Blue Velvet and onward the trope of teens attempting to solve mysteries is a well-worn one...