A short tribute to modernist painter and illustrator Charley Harper.
An experiment at The New York Times Magazine brings comics back to the Sunday paper.
Finding my way through the work of Raymond Pettibon at the New Museum.
Comics creator Sylvie-Anne “Zviane” Ménard follows two lovers around an austere but enviably spacious mid-century modern cabin in For As Long As It Rains.
On Adrian Tomine's new comic, his recent magazine work, and a big book from Drawn & Quarterly.
A short survey of UK artist Jon McNaught's 2014 comics and whimsical illustrations.
Richard McGuire's full-color graphic novel 'Here' was originally conceived 25 years ago as a comic strip and published in RAW magazine.
Artist and writer Jess Ruliffson tells war veterans' stories through the comics medium.
Meags Fitzgerald's debut graphic novel is one-half diary comics-styled storytelling and one-half comprehensive history of vintage photo booths.
On PRINT Magazine's extensive feature on the history of comics censorship.
A round-up of worthwhile comics journalism/graphic reportage.
Warring gangs squabble for territory in 'Duppy ’78,' a new hallucinatory whirlwind of sometimes gory, drug trade-fueled violence and Jamaican ghost-story horror from UK publisher Com.X.
Even in steamy July, we get lukewarm results from an ambitious, comics-heavy ARTFORUM summer issue.
On Farel Dalrymple's impossibly detailed graphic novel and Michel Fiffe's weird, neon-streaked superheroes.
Curated and edited by writer and comics historian Mark Evanier, The Art of the Simon and Kirby Studio is a massive coffee table comics treasury.