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Review – Julia Gfrörer’s Laid Waste is a Hopefully Pessimistic Read

The moment that affected me the most in Julia Gfrörer's incredibly bleak comic Laid Waste happens after a group of children are seen carrying...
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Review: Music as markers in ‘I Am Young’

Through the years, one thing that has consistently figured into the teenage remembrances of people I’ve known is music. We might have had completely...

Interview: Nick Thorburn discovers the missing link between humans and penguins

Nick Thorburn is well-known for his work in music, less so for his comics. The Canadian cartoonist is the long-time vocalist for Islands, as...

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: Jim Broadbent’s ‘Dull Margaret’ is dark humanity distilled to its...

Less a linear story than an intense incantation filtered through a fever dream, Dull Margaret is the work of British actor Jim Broadbent, his debut...

Fantagraphics Has a Huge Digital Comics Sale – My Favorite Thing...

And Krazy Kat... and Carl Barks... and Bill Mauldin...

SDCC ’18: INTERVIEW – Exploring the Depths of the Human Condition...

The most humane creator in cartooning talks about his Comic Con experience, upcoming works, and Limp Bizkit.

Review: ‘Song of Aglaia’ puts a complicated, heady feminist spin on...

Taking the traditional tropes of myths and legends and turning them on their heads, Song of Aglaia has French cartoonist Anne Simon trace the fairy...

Review: Gipi searches for humanity at the end of the world

  In Gipi’s post-apocalyptic drama Land of the Sons, there’s a moment when a father laments whether he should reveal to his sons that dogs...