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

John Seven reviews 'Rust Belt' and 'Yellow Yellow'

INDIE VIEW: Frantz, Czap, and Gébé find meaning in different landscapes

Reviewed: Maria Frantz's The Chancellor and the Citadel, Kevin Czap's Four Years, and Gébé's Letters To Survivors.

Review: Brotherhood as artistic evolution in ‘Piero’

Edmond Baudoin is a relatively obscure figure in America, looming under whatever radar we have that detects French cartoonists. As explained in Matt Madden’s...

Review: Making sense of Mauretania in ‘The New World’

Subtitled “Comics from Mauretania,” the stories in Chris Reynolds’ The New World don’t take place in the African country of the same name, but...

Review: French surrealist Nicole Claveloux celebrated in new collection

Compiled of stories from the 1970s, The Green Hand and Other Stories presents for the first time translated into English the work of French...

Review: Hard truths in ‘Soft City’

To take Soft City at face value, there are some very simple lessons to learn from Norwegian artist Hariton Pushwagner. Everything is the same. There...

Review: New York Review of Books’ new comics line is off...

It was a fantastic day for artful, intelligent comics when the New York Review of Books added comics to its publishing line. The focus so far...