Some freshmen at Duke University have balked at reading Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home claiming visual depictions of lesbian sex offend them, sparking a debate.
Jessie Hartland knew many people interested in Steve Jobs wouldn’t read Walter Isaacson’s 630-page biography, so she depicted Job’s life in a graphic novel.
Since 2006, Charlie Hebdo journalists had been intent on maintaining the magazine’s freedom of expression concerning Islam and tragically died for it.
Maximilien Le Roy, a French cartoonist invited to the Palestine Cartoon Festival, was banned from Israel for his work on Palestine.
In a comics-loving country like Spain, local talent is beginning to make its mark in graphic novels, a genre in which the ebook has much to offer both authors and readers.
Jaques Ferrandez is beloved and celebrated in France yet practically unknown in the Anglo-Saxon world; his recent adaptation of ‘L’Étranger’ (The Stranger) has been a bestseller.
Writer and filmmaker Jonah Ansell shares how he took his story “Cadaver” from a poem written for his sister to a short film to a graphic novel and, hopefully, a feature film.
Writer Craig Thompson discusses the inspiration for Habibi, his 672 page graphic novel set in the Middle East.
DC Entertainment secures world rights to the graphic novel version of Stieg Larsson’s Millenium Trilogy.
By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story looks at the new graphic novel Cuba: My Revolution by Inverna Lockpez and Dean Haspiel (DC Comics/Vertigo). The story is based on the life of artist Inverna Lockpez, a Cuban dissident who was tortured and eventually escaped the island. The intensity of both the violence and emotion of the story is visceral, something he …
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