The Times will no longer run cartoons – even in its international edition.
The complex reality of what happened to “missionary” John Allen Chau
Is there such a thing as “good capitalism”? Rica March asks the question by exploring her relationship with IKEA.
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 […]
The Life of Josephine Baker as told by the excellent Bianca Xunise
A Year of Free Comics: The Racial Contract in America by Mike Dawson
A Year of Free Comics: An Update on Sudan’s Political Situation by Yazan Al-Saadi & Enas Satir
A Year of Free Comics: Updates on Venezuela by Mike Centeno
A Year of Free Comics – Cairo, Post-Revolution
In a newsletter post from editor Matt Bors, its been announced that The Nib, the acclaimed non fiction comics site, will be Kickstarting a print edition later this month. Bors writes: I founded The Nib five years ago as a comics site publishing more of the work I wanted to see in the world. Now, each […]