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Continuing our journey through comic villains, this time diving into the letters X-Z (or Xue Yang to Zouchouten).
A look at memorable and favorite single moms through manga.
What fun would the heroes be if they didn’t have anyone to challenge them? This A-Z challenge is all about comics villains.
For manga enthusiasts looking to dive into the Mangatube subgenre of Booktube, where should they start? Check out these creators!
You may not have it in you to take on a bigger, dense book, but consider taking a breather with these new and upcoming graphic novels.
Engage with history and with some visual learning tools through these enlightening and educational comics about politics, including Strange Fruit, Volume I: Uncelebrated Narratives from Black History by Joel Christian Gill.
Pour one out for the parents with kids at home during the pandemic. This list recognizes some of the best single dads in manga, like Yaichi from My Brother’s Husband by Gengoroh Tagame.
Know some kids who are about to learn their favorite character dies? Here's how one reader handles fictional character deaths with kids.
It's time to dive into Western B-list comic characters. Let's get to know Kajuku.
So you mourned the loss of your family and whoops! Turns out they aren't so dead after all. What's a superhero to do?
Explore the myriad powerful stories through visual storytelling and these graphic memoirs and true stories by women, including The Best We Could Do: An Illustrated Memoir by Thi Bui.
Continuing our journey through comic villains, this time diving into the letters O-T (or Octavius to Taishakuten).
Prepare for an abundance of purple and frogs: today we're looking at Daredevil villains from the 1960s! Yes, all of them.
The perfect books to add even more depth to Wonder Woman — read these as you watch Wonder Woman 1984, including Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo.
Continuing our journey through comic villains, this time diving into the letters K-N (or Kallus to Nagasawa).