Dominic Umile writes about comics and other books. He formerly covered new music for REMIX, THE BROOKLYN RAIL, ORLANDO WEEKLY, MIAMI NEW TIMES, and more. email@example.com
Creatures invade 1960s Chicago in 'My Favorite Thing Is Monsters.'
University of Chicago professor and comics scholar Hillary Chute argues for recognizing comics as a documentary form.
A Chicago Architecture Biennial event unpacks the interdisciplinary history between comics and architecture.
The thoughtful and diverse comics of Canadian writer and artist Jillian Tamaki.
Indie comic artist Michael DeForge's graphic novel depicts a chatty, grotesque, anthropomorphic 'Ant Colony.'
Sophie Goldstein's new graphic novel is set in a dismal future where young couples are subject to government-policed population control.
March, Book 2 is the second volume of Congressman John Lewis’s graphic memoir of his years as a civil rights activist.
Like pro wrestling itself, Box Brown's 'Andre the Giant: Life and Legend' is a mix of both truth and histrionics.
Moved to the comics medium, the biography of congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis is a whole and gripping experience.