A New Graphic Novel Explores the Pain of Childhood Stardom
In the 40s, Michael Kupperman's dad was the child star of a popular trivia show. Now the famed artist has chronicled that in the new book, 'All the Answers.'
The Activist Helping Abuse Survivors Tell Their Stories Through Comics
Krittika Ghosh helps immigrant women share their perspectives and energize their communities.
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How Marvel’s Hawkeye Sets ‘Em Up and Knocks ‘Em Down
An in-depth look at a few pages of Marvel’s 'Hawkeye,' a study in reader misdirection (in a good way).
This Graphic Novel Tackles Depression from Many Sides
Two best friends secluded themselves on a farm and emerged with 'Eyes Too Dry.'
How the Highwayman was born.
1984 Meets ‘ReBoot’ in Gang of Youths’ New Animated Music Video
Self taught animator Thomas Rawle's vid for "What Can I Do If The Fire Goes Out?" watches like a sinister graphic novel.
What An Indie Comic Can Teach Us About the Subtleties of Character Scale
How Craig Thompson’s visual novel uses scale to impart crucial information to the reader.
Michael DeForge's New Graphic Novel Is a Surreal Trip into the Canadian Wilderness
We talked to cartoonist Michael DeForge about his gloriously strange 'Sticks Angelica, Folk Hero,' about a Canadian libertarian, a lovelorn rabbit, and a sweater-stealing moose.
Stop What You're Doing and Read the Comic Advocating for Chelsea Manning
‘Suppressed Images’ documents DNA portraiture of Manning by artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg.
Puerto Rico’s Superman is a Super-Woman from Brooklyn
'La Borinqueña' is a climate-defending, genre-defying superhero.
Round the Bend
In a future both advanced and crumbling, the Highwayman meets a fellow tortured immortal.
How Tetris became the addictive classic it is today
Even if you don’t like video games, odds are you’ve played Tetris. It’s not only the best selling video game of all time, it might also be the most addictive game ever.