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Daniel Elkin reviews Wild, self-published in 2019 by Debbie Fong under her Pomo Press line. The comic explores the need for peace and balance - but at what cost?
Cartoonist Natalie Dupille reviews Jaime Cortez's Sexile/Sexilio, a biography of Adela Vasquez, a prominent Hispanic transgender activist who immigrated from Cuba to the United States in 1980.
To wrap up our memoir week and our last theme week for a little while, Alex Hoffman wrestles with the contradictions of Glynnis Fawkes' Persephone's Garden, published in 2019 by Secret Acres.
As part of memoir week, Ryan Carey takes a hard look at Ulli Lust's "How I Tried to Be a Good Person," published in 2019 by Fantagraphics.
Rob Clough kicks off our last theme week of January, Memoir week, with a thoughts on Hazel Newlevant's No Ivy League.
Ryan Carey wraps up our horror theme week with a review of Junji Ito's Frankenstein, published by Viz Media as part of their Junji Ito hardcover line.
In today's horror feature, Daniel Elkin reviews Julia Gfrörer's latest minicomic, Vision #2.
Alex Hoffman kicks off our horror week with a review of Adam Szym's Little Visitor, a self published mini comic released in 2019.
Ryan Carey caps our week-long book club featuring The Hard Tomorrow by Eleanor Davis with the question: is this a work more felt than it is explicitly understood?
As part of our week-long book club on Eleanor Davis' The Hard Tomorrow, Editor in Chief Daniel Elkin evaluates the comic through the lens of his own Judaism and heritage.
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