Struggling with the knowledge that your parents didn't tell you the truth when you needed to hear it? These graphic memoirs prove you are not alone!
An early reader of THE RAMSHEAD ALGORITHM discusses the collection's author, science fiction writer KJ Kabza, and his short stories.
Do single issues give you enough of a story, or do you need the longer arcs of trades?
If you love the children's classic The Phantom Tollbooth, you should check out Jules Feiffer's KILL MY MOTHER.
As I mourn the ending of three favorite webcomics, Bill Spinester's ARIEL 51 promises to fulfill my need for weird science fiction graphic narrative.
Zeina Abirached and Anne Frank present two different views of children stuck inside during wartime.
What's the point of board books, other than giving babies something to chew on?
Why Alan Moore's Promethea is the superhero we need right now.
Why you need to pick up a new anthology of horror poetry and short fiction from black women writers!
Thoughts on forgiveness in relation to Desmond Tutu's The Book of Forgiving
On finding two important lessons of compassion in reading.
On one author's choice to pull her book from publication.
Monica looks at Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbe's LOST GIRLS and discusses the taboos within.