5 Things To Read This Week
Welcome to our somewhat re-branded link post highlighting five things we think should be on your radar from the week that was. *John Jennings' Megascope, an Abrams Imprint, is coming up on its two year anniversary. Focusing on speculative ficiton by and about people of color, the impint is home
Love in the Age of Cartoons- a look at Alec Robbins' Mr. Boop
Alec Robbins really loves Betty Boop. That’s probably the most straightforward fact about Robbin’s Mr. Boop. From there, Robbins and his book just get… weird. Here’s the premise of this book: Betty Boop is the cartoon character and Alec is married to her. Alec thinking “My wife
From the Archives- Paul Moves Out (2005)
Rabagliati's semi-confessional story is a wonderful slice of life story that you just can't get in any other storytelling format. Rabagliati takes advantage of comic's ability to easily make the reader identify with the characters and pull them in for a most unremarkable story.
This Week in Comics Journalism- May 21st, 2022
It's been a while since we've done one of these. We'll try to do better in the future, we promise. But instead of wallowing in the general time suck that is life, let's just jump into a few of the things that have caught our eyes this week, including more