Being seen is powerful, and being seen when you have a mental illness in graphic narratives can change your entire world.
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.
It’s very possible that many people would have a healthier relationship with reading if exposed to different avenues as kids.
These new middle grade graphic novels for summer and fall, including Tidesong by Wendy Xu, will keep your young readers — and you! — hooked.
What are some classics you'd like to see adapted into graphic novels? Here are some outstanding choices for the format.
From seance tea parties to neo-westerns and portal fantasies, these queer adventure comics go beyond the coming out narrative.
Em(ily) Dickson, cofounder of Pronouns May Vary, joins Hannah to talk about gender, shapeshifting, and graphic novels!
What were our favorite superheroes like back in the day? These graphic novels feature some of our favorite characters as teens and tweens.
Graphic novels can be a powerful teaching tool, especially for kids who feel all the feelings but don't know quite how to express them yet.
These middle grade graphic novels like Svetlana Chmakova’s Awkward would make excellent gifts — and, of course, they make for excellent reading.