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Rick and Morty Are Going on a 'Dungeons & Dragons' Adventure

The ultimate nerd TV show and the ultimate nerd role-playing game are about to enter the same dimension.
Beckett Mufson
4.9.18
Art

An Artist Is Sharing His Mysterious Graphic Novel One Panel at a Time

In the ‘The Cormorant,' illustrator Kevin Finney creates a complex, paranoid story that spans the globe, and he’s showing the panels on his Instagram page.
DJ Pangburn
1.19.17
Art

Salvador's Sketchy Life Centers New Graphic Novel 'Dalí'

This comic will teach you everything you need to know about Dalí.
Giaco Furino
12.13.16
Music

Heaven Is a Social Death Network in Lorn's New Music Video

"Anvil" asks the question, What if your afterlife was a nonstop social media feed?
DJ Pangburn
10.24.16
Art

Life Itself Explodes in a Psychedelic Sci-Fi Animation

Tokyo audio-visual label BRDG’s latest work is an astounding trip into existence and consciousness.
DJ Pangburn
7.12.16
Film

Chuck Palahniuk Told Us About 'Lullaby' the Movie

The infamous author talks shock, his first screenplay, and 'Fight Club 2,' the graphic novel.
Emerson Rosenthal
6.9.16
Art

First Look: Moebius’ The World of Edena English Edition [Exclusive]

Dark Horse Comics is publishing all Moebius' works in English language editions. Here’s a sneak peak of the first entry, ‘The World of Edena’.
DJ Pangburn
4.7.16
Art

Crack Alan Turing's Code in a New Graphic Novel

Talking to author Jim Ottaviani about creating his new graphic novel 'The Imitation Game: Alan Turing Decoded.'
Giaco Furino
3.15.16
Stuff

'Puke Force' Is a Graphic Novel About Online Groupthink and Lone-Wolf Terrorism

Out from Drawn + Quarterly this week, Lightning Bolt musician Brian Chippendale's latest graphic novel may be his most accessible book to date.
Sean T. Collins
2.21.16
Comics!

The Graphic Novel 'Baddawi' Looks Back at Life in a Palestinian Refugee Camp

Leila Abdelrazaq adapted her father's stories of his youth into a powerful and compelling book about coming of age in a region defined by conflict.
Tasbeeh Herwees
12.5.15
Art

The World's First Computer Programmer Becomes a Comic Book Superheroine

In honor of Ada Lovelace Day, we spoke to Sydney Padua, who reimagined 19th century countess and mathematician Ada Lovelace as a feisty crime fighter.
Noémie Jennifer
10.13.15
Comics!

Talking to Comic Book Artist Adrian Tomine About Autobiography, Ageing and the Asian American Experience

The man behind 'Optic Nerve', Tomine's latest comic is 'Killing and Dying' – a tale of family and mortality.
Joseph Marczynski
9.25.15
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