How Brian Fies Turned His Escape From the Tubbs Fire Into a Graphic Novel
The author and illustrator explains how seeing his home reduced to a "desolate plane" by the 2017 disaster inspired his latest book.
'I Feel Like We're Replaying World War I': A Conversation With Ben Katchor
Nearly two decades after winning a MacArthur Genius Grant, Ben Katchor finds hope in the proliferation of independent comics—but not in many other places.
DC Comics Editor Fired Following Sexual Harassment Allegations
Eddie Berganza's alleged conduct has been known to the company since at least 2010.
The Small Publishers Boosting Female Talent in Comics
Marvel and DC could learn a thing or two from their indie competitors.
Writer and Editor Kelly Sue DeConnick on the Future for Women in Comic Books
We spoke to Kelly Sue DeConnick about what she recommends reading, watching, and listening to.
The Trouble With Calling Jessica Jones an 'Antihero'
The Netflix character's tortured, morally gray persona isn't proof of the show's awards potential—it's the symptom of real trauma.
Dear Mr. Watterson Doesn't Say Much About Bill Watterson
The new documentary Dear Mr. Watterson tells us that people love Calvin and Hobbes, but we already knew that. Despite its name, the film doesn't reveal much about the comic strip's creator—and he prefers it that way.