#Comics/Graphic Novels

We love capes and tights, we love graphic memoirs, we love web comics– we love it all! Stick around for comic book news, first-looks at comic book art, and (of course) comic book reviews. We’re also here to talk about all those comic adaptations!

10 Graphic Novels by Indigenous Authors

It’s a new year, and as always it is a good day to support Indigenous authors. Challenge yourself and decolonize your bookshelf with titles like Moonshot.

Krazy Felines: A Brief History of Cat Comics in North America

From Krazy Kat to Felix the Cat, Garfield to Heathcliff, these comic cats are a purr-fect part of comic history.

8 of the Best Young Adult Books Adapted Into Comics

Despite the influx of original YA graphic novels, YA books adapted into comics still prevail. Here are some of the best, including Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds and Danica Novgorodoff.

Who is La Borinqueña?

A look at the history and creation of Afro-Puerto Rican superhero comic named La Boriqueña who gets her powers from Puerto Rico itself.

10 Amazing Comic Artists Who Are Selling Their Artwork Online

When you can't get to Artist Alley, buy these comic artists' work through their online stores, carrying prints, pins, clothing, and more.

Comics That I Love by George: A Love Letter to George Pérez

Lots of people could tell you about George Perez's career in comics with more expertise than I have. So instead, I will tell you a story.

Healthy Pairings in Boys Love Manga

Discover the manga genre of Boys Love with these titles that showcase healthy and swoony pairings.

5 Recent and Upcoming Comic Movie and TV Adaptations You Need To Watch

Here are some of the upcoming or just-released movies and TV shows based on comics that should should add to your to watch list!

Go Big or Go Home! 14 of The Best Sports Manga For Champions

Sports are so entertaining and fun to follow. Check out 14 of the best sports manga to feel like a champion!

Shock SuspenStories: The Comic That Defied the Red Scare

Shock SuspenStories may be a little hokey for modern comics readers, but it spoke out for social justice at a crucial time.