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.
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.
If there's a reader in your life who can't get enough middle grade graphic novels (even if it's you), these are the new titles to know, including Frizzy by Claribel A. Ortega and Rose Bousamra.
In these moments of a lingering pandemic, increased racial violence, and loneliness, these comics like Good Talk offer insight -- and relief.
Comics are a collaboration, but the artist's side is often overlooked. Here is how illustrators would like to see the industry change.
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.
From translation to storyboards and recipes. Here's a list of 8 of the best Korean graphic novels you can read right now!
Loved that novel? Why not try thee graphic novel next.
From superheroes in Faith to reluctant werewolves in Moonstruck to steamy sapphic historical romance in Patience & Esther, these comics with fat representation have it all.
Being seen is powerful, and being seen when you have a mental illness in graphic narratives can change your entire world.