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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.
Rob Clough kicks off our last theme week of January, Memoir week, with a thoughts on Hazel Newlevant's No Ivy League.
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?
Cartoonist and critic Anya Davidson contemplates making art in times like these in her review of The Hard Tomorrow by Eleanor Davis.
Continuing our series, Alex Hoffman contemplates The Hard Tomorrow and asks the question - where can we find beauty in the apocalypse?
Today, Rob Clough kicks off our 5-critic book club reviewing Eleanor Davis' acclaimed graphic novel The Hard Tomorrow, published in 2019 by Drawn and Quarterly.