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Book Review: Two Cents Plain: My Brooklyn Boyhood by Martin Lemelman

Post-war Brooklyn is the setting as the son of Holocaust survivors shares his graphic memoir of richly-rendered anecdotes, black-and-white drawings, documents, photos, and artifacts. Read More »

Graphic Memoir Review: The Year of Loving Dangerously by Ted Rall and Pablo G. Callejo

The provocateur political cartoonist looks back to a misspent youth in the Reagan Years. Read More »