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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: Jessica Campbell is so judgmental

I’ve been a big fan of Jessica Campbell’s work since I read her Oily Comics debut My Sincerest Apologies, and what her output lacks...

Reviews: Three mini comics that deserve your attention today

Ley Lines: Made With Love In Hell by Mimi Chrzanowski From it’s dayglo pink cover, through all its cranberry-red rendered interior, this portrait of a...

Review: Melissa Mendes’ ‘Lou’ charts family dynamics in a charming, honest...

Massachusetts cartoonist Melissa Mendes has a knack for comics that not only center on kids, but present the world from their points of view...

Reviews: Comics from Comic Art Brooklyn and beyond

  Here for your perusal, I examine a pile of worthy comics and graphic novelish books that I have found in my travels to Brooklyn;...

Comic Art Brooklyn 2013: the Debuts Part Two – Microcosm,...

Yet more incredible debut books from tomorrow's Comic Arts Brooklyn fest, being held at the Mt. Carmel Church in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and the Knitting Factory down the street.

Kibbles ‘n’ Bits: Make comics the Oily Way

Lots of stuff so let's get to it! § Sometime Beat contributor Laura Sneddon looks at 2013 in Comics and even though this list is mostly front of the Diamond catalog, there's a lot to be excited about.

FOOCing around

Forget Kickstarter! Let's talk OLD SCHOOL SUBSCRIPTIONS! Micropublisher Oily Comics has a DEAL for you. Center for Cartoon Studies alum, two-brick Ignatz winner and future Fantagraphics author, Charles Forsman is offering a subscription service for a few more hours! Days after subscribing I received a package full of comics. BAM!