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
A disillusioned copywriter navigates big-city loneliness in the handsome debut graphic novel from Toronto illustrator Michael Cho.
A new graphic novel called 'The Fifth Beatle' is a far from exhaustive look at the under-reported professional life of Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
There's a sense of urgency and a textured work of horror within 'The Case of Charles Dexter Ward', and Ian Culbard's graphic novelization communicates this wonderfully.
Psychedelic abstractions are as commonplace as straight, stylish storytelling in the debut graphic novel from Canadian comics creator Elaine M. Will.
Ramsey Beyer’s spirited, often warm chronicling of her real-life journey through her freshman year at college is driven by both the familiar trappings of teenagedom and punk rock sensibility.
Sam Henderson’s hilarious strip swirls and sputters uncontrollably, percolating with riotous energy and wordless pandemonium.