The writer/artist hearkens back to one of his earliest pro works with a new Apocalyptic s-f comic.
A brief overview of the modern North American graphic novel provides a decent intro for the uninitiated.
A comics presented history of the medium from its inception to the digital age provides an affectionate yet revealing look.
A new collection of horror comics from the fifties throws some light on the era’s lesser-known horror titles.
A new collection of early Sunday funnies featuring America’s Typical Teenager proves a visual treat.
The full story of Chuck Jones' pet project, Crawford.
Hill & Rodriguez really mess with their characters' heads in the second volume of this horror comic series.
A winning mash-up of graphic novel fantasy with old Will Shakespeare.
A reprint of the comic strip institution’s first three years charts its beginnings as a very different kind of comic.
The second graphic novel adaptation from Donald E. Westlake’s hard-nosed caper series proves as entertaining as the first.