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INDIE VIEW: ‘Ignited’ and ‘The Follies of Richard Wadsworth’ look at...

John Seven reviews 'Ignited' and 'The Follies of Richard Wadsworth'

INDIE VIEW: Echoes of lost old worlds in ‘Rust Belt’ and...

John Seven reviews 'Rust Belt' and 'Yellow Yellow'
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Review: Julie Delporte continues to convey the intangible and the profound...

Julie Delporte's work is raw, and she is still impeccable at laying out an unmappable thought process that feels like a profound journey into the unknown.

Review: ‘Pyongyang’ shows North Korea is the same as it ever...

I feel like over the last decade, the travel graphic novel has become crowded with pedestrian work. The form has taken on the role...

Nick Drnaso’s Sabrina Becomes First Ever Graphic Novel Nominated for Man...

Historic Nomination at the Man Booker Prize for Nick Drnaso's Graphic Novel Sabrina

Review: Nick Drnaso’s ‘Sabrina’ won’t stop haunting me

The concept of fake news existed long before Trump, and conspiracy theorists have also, but one difference between now and even a decade ago...

The Beat’s Best Comics of 2017

2017 was a year of uncertainty and upheaval. As we headed into the year, no one knew what to expect. But as the months...

Review: Yeon-Sik Hong understands that happiness isn’t supposed to be comfortable

There are going to be a number of American readers who see themselves in Korean cartoonist Yeon-Sik Hong’s Uncomfortably Happy, especially creative people and...

Comic Book Book Club Report – Nicolas by Pascal Girard

In 2015, I attended a conference on health care for work. Pierre Lavoie, an athlete and event organizer did a presentation at that event....