Cartoonist Laura Park shares her fascination with medical oddities, lesser-known murderers, morbid Victoriana, and more.
Julia Wertz’s new black-and-white book of comics, Tenements, Towers & Trash, is a stirring ode to America’s most densely populated metropolis.
In his new book Diaspora Boy, Eli Valley analyzes the contradictions lodged within the heart of Zionist ideology and how they’re an indictment of American Jews.
The World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis features over 200 comic books that use the strategies, conflicts, and battles of chess as a narrative theme.
Françoise Mouly and Nadja Spiegelman will release the second issue of their free periodical that centers women’s voices on July 4.
Artist Ardian Syaf included religious references and an allusion to recent Indonesian political demonstrations in an X-Men comic.
All of your pre-Code goods are here: blood and guns and tentacles and stranglings and hell demons.
An exhibition at David Zwirner brings together the artist couple’s individual and collaborative autobiographic comics.
The con gathered artists, writers, illustrators, and fans in one place to celebrate and discover contemporary Native nerd culture. It also served as a corrective.
A new collaborative comic illustrates a leaked transcript of a Minneapolis PD sergeant’s 1996 interrogation of a 14-year-old black child.
Last month, Ben Jones exhibited a new body of work at The Hole gallery on the Lower East Side. The gallery’s walls and floor are painted a bright, startling white; Jones’s artwork, usually drenched in hot hues, here consists only of graphite-colored oil-stick line drawings.
In her new book, Hot or Not: 20th-Century Male Artists, Jessica Campbell passes definitive judgment on sex appeal of canonical modernists.