Ellice Weaver's collection of interconnected comics has everything to do with the concept of place.
In two new comics, Jeff Lemire portrays a pair of families’ difficult pasts and the obstacles that crowd their paths ahead.
On Thi Bui's comics debut -- an effort to understand the refugee experience and her place in her family's history.
A close look at American horror comics of the 1950s and the censorship campaign that killed them off.
'Winnebago Graveyard' takes readers from a carnival freak show to a hallucinatory black mass.
On the photographic sensibility of Ben Katchor's comics.
On the hallucinatory drawings and comics in Sean Karemaker's 'The Ghosts We Know.'
Threadbare’s comics and essays demonstrate how the apparel industry is “keeping women in poverty around the world.”
On 'The Eternaut' and Argentinian comics pioneer Héctor Germán Oesterheld, who was kidnapped by his own government in 1977.
Memoir comics from Dean Haspiel trace his life in NYC and Meags Fitzgerald recounts what shaped her self-perspective.
Matt Huynh's interactive comic is an adaptation of Nam Le's "The Boat," a short story about the plight of Vietnamese "boat people."
On the scandal-plagued 'Golden Age' of Hollywood and a provocative noir comic series from Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips, and Elizabeth Breitweiser.
On a work of magic realism called The Divine and a collection of unconventional memoir comics called The Realist.
For a new digest of comics stories and intricate, free-standing illustrative work, artist and writer Tim Lane profiles familiar, typically unshaven folk: bar flies, train-hopping drifters, biker types.