Immigrant X, the loose collective of artists that uses social media to tell fictional stories about undocumented immigrants and their underground supporters, just started working on a graphic novel. Illustrator Ana Patankar did the drawings and they kick ass.
With three best-sellers, a screenplay, and a graphic novel in the works, Rainbow Rowell is proof the past doesn’t actually have to repeat itself.
On waiting 10 years to be discovered, and what it means to make comics today. Plus an excerpt from Lost Cat.
Pond’s new fictionalized comic diary shows what it’s like to work at a punky 70’s Oakland diner. ‘Over Easy’ comes out with Drawn & Quarterly at bookstores on April 15.
Read an exclusive excerpt from Jillian and Mariko Tamaki’s gorgeous new graphic novel.
Read an exclusive comic excerpt of the upcoming translation from Matt Thorn.
Pictures speak louder than words, and they’re yelling YOU WILL BE MISERABLE in the government’s graphic novel aimed at asylum seekers.
The question is, “Where is Serenity?” Over ten years after the show was canceled, the cult hit still has one of the biggest fan bases in fiction and that loyalty will be rewarded.
Just when you thought you knew everything about the Four Nations. Dark Horse gave Buzzfeed exclusive access to the annotated Avatar: The Promise.
On the fifth anniversary of its initial release, Lost Raven, the award-winning graphic novel, will be made available online.
The artist behind the graphic novel Alan’s War demonstrates his incredible technique of “drawing with water.” Apparently, he did the entire book this way.
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