Emil Ferris’s new graphic novel depicts the spooky imagination of a ten-year-old girl.
In her latest book, U. of C. professor Hillary Chute establishes a new field of study: “drawn witnessing.”
Edie Fake and Keiler Roberts discuss how they use space and design in their work.
Sophie Goldstein’s new graphic novel imagines how historical subjugation of women might play out in a primitive, post-civilization setting.
In SuperMutant Magic Academy, growing up is far more interesting than mastering telekinetic powers.
The second installment of the activist-turned-congressman’s graphic memoir looks back at the nonviolent protests of the 60s and his time as a Freedom Rider.
Box Brown’s Andre the Giant: Life and Legend is, like pro wrestling, a mix of both truth and histrionics.
Indie comic artist Michael DeForge’s new graphic novel depicts a chatty, grotesque, anthropomorphic Ant Colony.
With the help of illustrator Nate Powell, a civil rights legends’s memoirs become a striking graphic novel.