• A Space Where Past, Present, and Future Come Together: Ebony Flowers on Hot Comb

    Nathan McNamara talks with Ebony Flowers about her debut graphic novel "Hot Comb."

    “Here is How I Became a Feminist, and Here is Why This is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me”: Julie Delporte on This Woman’s Work

    Nathan Scott McNamara talks to Julie Delporte about her graphic novel "This Woman’s Work."

    On Finding Your Shadow: Liana Finck’s Passing for Human

    Suhasini Yeeda writes about drawing as mode of self-interrogation in Liana Finck's recent graphic memoir.

    Certain Rules of Logic Are Suddenly Obsolete: Aisha Franz on Shit is Real

    Nathan Scott McNamara interviews Aisha Franz, illustrator and author of "Shit is Real."

    My Dad Got a Photocopier at His Office: John Porcellino on 30 Years of King-Cat

    Nathan Scott McNamara interviews John Porcellino, writer and comic artist of "King-Cat" and "From Lone Mountain."

    Think of It As An Existential Lesson: Deb Olin Unferth and Elizabeth Haidle’s I, Parrot

    Nathan Scott McNamara reviews Deb Olin Unferth and Elizabeth Haidle's new graphic novel "I, Parrot."

    A Middle Class Childhood in the Middle East: Brigitte Findakly and Lewis Trondheim’s Poppies of Iraq

    Nathan Scott McNamara reviews Brigitte Findakly and Lewis Trondheim’s "Poppies of Iraq," about Findakly's middle-class childhood in Iraq.

    The Fourth Estate Needs a Superhero

    By Benjamin Reeves On January 20th, America inaugurated a new president. He is a plutocrat who made a mint plastering …