How surfing helped Dungo deal with heartbreak and loss.
Jon McNaught’s Kingdom captures the passive-aggressive clash between humankind and nature, and why it’s probably okay that they clash.
Here’s the second part of our epic list of new books debuting at today’s Comic Arts Brooklyn show at Pratt. More info on the show here. You can find Part 1 of the debut list here. BTW many book are debuting we didn’t even get to including books by Nicholas Gurewitz and the Silver Sprocket crew. […]
by Sara L. Jewell On Thursday morning, for the second consecutive year, NYCC kicked off by hosting a full track of off-site programming for educators, librarians and comics professionals at the New York Public library. With topics ranging from building a classroom curriculum around Marjorie Liu’s Monstress to “#RepresentationMatters In Your School Library”, the day’s programming placed a […]
Netflix has released a teaser for the new HILDA animated series, which debuts on September 21st. The streaming giant had an unexpected hit in picking up the adaptation of the indie comic THE END OF THE F*CKING WORLD, and now it’s returning to the well for HILDA, originally published by Nobrow. Ready for an adventure? […]
Over the years we’ve swooned with joy over the awesomeness of the Hilda books by Luke Pearson. Pearson’s art style mixes the cute, the magical and the terrifying in a series of books that follow young girl Hilda’s journey as she encouter trolls, elves and other folk in a remote northern setting. Evidently we […]
In the fantasy series Geis, the European fantasy tropes are given a run for their money in a sort of It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World style parable of power and authority, by way of the Grimm Brothers, and through the lens of breathtaking illustration work that captures wonder and darkness together In the […]
§ Some pretty big news out of Diamond: Diamond Book Distributors has reorganized, with Josh Hayes, the new EVP in charge. Kuo-Yu Liang, who founded this division of Diamond, has been upped to Vice President of International Sales and Business Development. ICv2 got the scoop: Hayes will run day-today operations at Diamond Book, working with client publishers […]
Luke Healy tells Alex Dueben about the inspiration for his new graphic novel How to Survive in the North, and why most Artic expeditions end in disaster
Our Mother by Luke Howard Comics has become the territory of many examinations of mental health in regard to personal history, and each manifestation of this is going to be as varied as the individuals tackling it. Luke Howard takes an immensely refreshing approach by splitting up the details into various comics of different genres and […]