Eisner winner Jonathan Case’s period mystery – set in the Waldorf Hotel in the 1930s – finds a bell hop and maid getting mixed up in a series of mysterious thefts and having to rely on each other figure out what’s going on. The New...Show More Summary
A man of many talents, William Shatner discusses his first graphic novel with CBR TV and solicits advice about how to get the word out.
"World War 3 Illustrated's" Peter Kuper explores lost relationships, social upheaval, and natural devastation in his latest graphic novel.
This essay reading gay porn before class. And it resurrects an Ideological Outrage Of The Day from 2012. It's got a primer about selected facets of U.S. anti-discrimination law. And it's also about a graphic novel. There's also a story of a how the author struck out with a woman he pursued romantically. Show More Summary
A group of Duke University students made headlines after announcing they wouldn't read Alison Bechdel's 2006 graphic novel memoir, "Fun Home," because of its "graphic visual depictions of sexuality."
Comic-Con 2015 taught us that we needn’t say goodbye to The Legend of Korra (or the Avatar-verse) forever, following announcements of a sequel graphic novel, but fans of Bryan Konietzko and Mike DiMartino’s animated epic have even more reason to celebrate. Not only will Korra get a full Blu-ray and DVD release, but so too have we the first key art. Continue reading…
The question most often asked of the ComicsAlliance staff is a variation of, "Which comic books should I be reading?" or, "I'm new to comics, what's a good place to start?" The Wednesday deluge of new comic books, graphic novels andShow More Summary
A WaPo op-ed by Brian Grasso. The book, which "includes cartoon drawings of a woman masturbating and multiple women engaging in oral sex," was assigned to all freshmen. Grasso doesn't resist the requirement of reading material he disagrees with or reading about sex. Show More Summary
A white Christian freshman at Duke University believes he brings diversity to the campus because he is refusing, based on his religious beliefs, to read an assigned graphic novel by an LGBT woman. Brian Grasso realized he’d have a problem with the curriculum before he ever set foot on...
Religious Duke University students are objecting to the LGBT-themed graphic novel Fun Home being assigned as summer reading and refusing to read it.
Bay to lead company of Hollywood screenwriters and comic book artists on OGNs with digital video tie-ins.
451 Media Group, the digital media company co-founded by Transformers director Michael Bay, is launching a new publishing division for graphic novels. The company was first announced this spring with a large investment from China’s Guangdong Alpha Animation. Show More Summary
Set to debut at this year's NYCC, the printed graphic novels will feature digital video accompaniments for mobile and tablet devices.
A graphic novel with gay and lesbian themes, which was featured on Duke University’s reading list for incoming college freshmen, has generated a lot of pushback among Christian students, who deem the book “pornographic,” reports CNN. Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home tells the story of a girl who comes out of the closet and soon learns that her […]
At this point, it should come as no surprise that the comics format can tackle serious matters. Comics have been employed for memoirs about the Holocaust and journalistic reportages on the Middle East. They've even been used in legal settings. In 2012, a lawyer involved in a legal case between...
Jeff Lemire -- creator of the epic apocalyptic graphic novel Sweet Tooth and the dreamy, Twilight-Zonish Underwater Welder -- returns with a new graphic novel, Descender, with Dustin Nguyen -- we're proud to present the entire first issue below! Read the rest
Incoming freshmen at Duke say it is not fair for the school to ask conservatives to read Alison Bechndel's Fun Home. More » Immature Duke Freshmen Refuse To Read Graphic Novels With ‘Mature Themes’ is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
Once again we see how warped and immoral our universities have become, this time in North Carolina as Duke University assigns to incoming freshmen a graphic novel that tells the