Comics About the Middle East

Middle Eastern comics are not monolithic. Here are some about everything from the Ark of the Covenant to growing up during a revolution. In Cairo: A Graphic Novel by G. Willow Wilson, the main characters must find a stolen hookah.

Who is Jocasta Nu? Our Favorite Star Wars Librarian

A deep dive into everyone's favorite Jedi librarian. Who is Jocasta Nu? What's her story? Read on to find out!

True Crime Comics That Aren’t About Serial Killers

For true crime comic fans that are tired of serial killers, here are comics about everything from prisons to cults, and even horse theft, including Becoming Unbecoming by Una.

The Best Comics to Introduce to Your Baby First

What are the best comics to introduce to your baby first? We’ve got a roundup of some excellent board book options, including Diversity is a Superpower.

Delicious Comic Books About Food

I love food. I also love comics, and to combine them is a real delight. You may not want to read these comics about food on an empty stomach, including Bake Sale by Sara Varon.

10 Comics About Witches and Other Dark Magical Creatures

Just in time for spooky season, here are 10 comics that will help you fall into a tale with witches and other dark, magical creatures.

Graphic Novels and Graphic Nonfiction About Stuff You Should Care About

From feminism to mental health and current events, these graphic novels and graphic nonfiction books, like Paying the Land by Joe Sacco, can educate you on things that matter.

The Best Avengers Villains Who Have Fought Earth’s Mightiest Heroes

In all the years since Iron Man premiered, we've seen some of the best Avengers villains hit screens big and small as part of the MCU.

A Brief History of Jewish Superheroes

In honor of Whistle, this is a brief look at the Jewish origins of the superhero comics with a look at new and old Jewish superheroes.

Who is DC’s New Superhero, Whistle?

Willow being Jewish is not a token mention or awkward addition; Jewish cultural references are consistent and fit seamlessly into the story.