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.
Sometimes it's hard to remember why you go to comic-cons...until you start talking to creators about their work.
Monica chronicles a spontaneous Deadpool dance-off at Phoenix Comicon that made the world a more magical place.
Jane, the Fox, & Me by Emily Arsenault and Fanny Britt is a thoughtful and nuanced look at childhood bullying.
Monica ranks four graphic novels she found at her local library by levels of surrealism.