#comics

YA and Middle Grade Native and Indigenous Graphic Novels and Comics

The beautiful art of these Indigenous graphic novels, like This Place: 150 Years Retold by various authors, make visual a history and adds to the power of their stories.

Reading Pathways: Alex Segura

Here's a brief look at the novels and comics of Alex Segura to whet your appetite for this fantastic writer's work.

8 of the Best Comic Books for Toddlers

These toddler-friendly comics have adventures, cute animals, and lots of silliness. Perfect for little ones to enjoy, like Mimi and the Cutie Catastrophe: A Graphix Chapters Book by Shauna J. Grant.

Quiz: Are You Calvin or Hobbes?

Take this Calvin and Hobbes Quiz to find out if you are more like the mischievous 6-year-old or the cynical stuffed tiger.

Less Credit, Longer Hours: Illustrators’ Roles In Graphic Novels

Comics are a collaboration, but the artist's side is often overlooked. Here is how illustrators would like to see the industry change.

Enough Marvel and DC Movies: Give These Superheroes a Movie Adaptation

There are plenty of other superheroes that deserve the same big-budget adaptation as DC and Marvel does — or maybe even their own TV series.

How Comics Discuss Mental Health

Two interviews with the publishers of Oni Press and Iron Circus about the discussion of mental health in comic books

The Most Popular Middle Grade Comics as Chosen by Students

The results are in: here are my students' top ten comics so far this school year, including old favorites and some surprises, like Kodi by Jared Cullum!

Middle Grade Graphic Novels to Lose Yourself In

From girls battling dragons to stories of summer camp, these graphic novels have beautiful art and text that'll have you ready for more, like Wingbearer by Marjorie Liu, Teny Issakhanian.

Pages With Punch: 14 Of The Best Action Manga

Strap yourself in with our favourite action manga, including Deadman Wonderland. Classics to new releases, Deadpool and every other OP MC. It's a ride.