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Graphic Novels and Comics

Attempting to Define ‘Art’

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The unoriginal is specifically excluded. Read More »

Book Review: ‘New Life and New Civilizations: Exploring Star Trek Comics’ edited by Joseph F. Berenato

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An excellent collection of essays analyzing how the TV show was adapted into four-color panels and word balloons. Read More »

Book Review: ‘A.T. Comics’ by Alison Doran

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Rarely are comics so clearly works of literature. Read More »

Interview: Monte Beauchamp on His Collection ‘Masterful Marks: Cartoonists Who Changed the World’

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Rather than just tell short biographies of the 16 cartoonists featured, this impressive and fascinating book has other cartoonists draw the images accompanying the biographies in each cartoonist's unique style. So, for example, the biography of R. Crumb looks like something Crumb would have drawn. Read More »

Interview: Eric Shanower and Gabriel Rodriguez of ‘Little Nemo: Return to Slumberland’

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Modern artists revisit a timeless realm in a story 110 years old. Read More »

Comic Book Review: ‘Rob Hanes Adventures’ by Randy Raynaldo

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Randy Reynaldo creates an international spy we can all admire. Read More »

The Gencon Files: Interview with Jim Butcher, Author of ‘The Dresden Files’

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Jim Butcher talks comics, RPGs, and the next Dresden Files book, 'Peace Talks.' Read More »

Comic Review: ‘My Gal, the Zombie’ by Dan Conner

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Dan Conner shows that life as a radioactive zombie is tough, surreal, and even a little fun. Read More »

Interview with Zenescope’s Joe Brusha and Ralph Tedesco

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A real-life example of the American Dream. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘Trailer Park of Terror’ Revisits ‘Tales from the Crypt’

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Sixty years after the demise of Tales from the Crypt, the spirit lives on. Read More »