Ryan takes a look at how writing superheroes can be informed by personal experiences, and how they can force a person to examine their own vulnerability.
The importance of Nighthawk, the rare black superhero that tackles issues relevant to the Black American experience.
Why is white, male, cisgender, able-bodied, and heterosexual the default in the Big 2 superhero universes? Allen discusses why diversity should be central.
Panelteers choose their best comics of 2016....so far. You won't want to miss these!
Amy gives you a preview of comics to keep an eye out for in July.
Need some feminist reading picks for your book club? We've got you covered.
Gene Luen Yang, the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, stops by Panels to talk about how he keeps characters consistent.
Faith, from Valiant Comics, is fat. Let's talk about why that's important and how she's breaking "fat girl" rules.
Hollywood has a serious problem with Asian representation and whitewashing Asian characters in casting.
Have you given these graphic memoirs a try? If not, you should pick them up as soon as possible.
Paul asks Brian K. Vaughan, writer of acclaimed comics such as SAGA, PAPER GIRLS, and Y: THE LAST MAN, six questions.
What were the best comics Panelteers read in June? Find out what we loved.
YU-GI-OH! has been running for 20 years now, and Megan has a guide in case you want to read it.
Swapna attended a librarians' conference and found 5 graphic novels you won't want to miss this year (and next!)