A woman goes on a long journey to reach a goal she set for herself
The masterful horror work of Alexa Sharpe will chill you to the bones!
Is there such a thing as “good capitalism”? Rica March asks the question by exploring her relationship with IKEA.
What does Sylvia Plath’s letter correspondence tells us about her life?
A Year of Free Comics: Aatmaja Pandya’s Phantom, One of The Best Comics of 2016, is Now Online
Rebekka Dunlap’s Twitter Comics on Stars and Cosmological Religion
Cartoonists Whit Taylor and Maki Naro uses the recent E.Coli outbreak as a starting point to explore the history of food safety in the United States and it tracks the creation of the Food and Drugs Administration. This is a very informative comic. I enjoy these longer works that The Nib is publishing. It’s allowing […]
A Year of Free Comics: A Curse of Loneliness in Niv Sekar’s Mermaid
The Life of Josephine Baker as told by the excellent Bianca Xunise
The “Year of Free Comics” feature is back! Today, we’re looking at the latest work of the excellent November Garcia. In Blind Faith, November Garcia takes us through her upbringing in the Philippines and the lessons she learned from her Catholic family and surrounding. She craft a thoughtful portraits at the often contradictory religious messages she […]