The cartoonist/historian’s latest entry in “A Treasury of 20th Century Murder” takes on a still-disputed trial.
New graphic novel captures the contradictions of adolescent life.
Embraces the conventions of graphic novels while gently poking fun at them at the same time with the end result being a lot of fun.
Alternative media can free writers from publishing house tyranny.
B.P.R.D.: Hell on Earth collects all five issues of the series for those of us unfortunate enough to have missed out on the individual issues.
Dumas classic adapted and illustrated for young readers.
Little Jack drives his parents a little crazy with his latest obsession...
The third in a series of graphic novels centering around the Louvre focuses on the museum’s dangerous Revolutionary years.
A winning mash-up of graphic novel fantasy with old Will Shakespeare.
A new printing of the acclaimed Canadian graphic novel deserves to be discovered by new readers.