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Schools and Libraries Giving Comic Books the Boot

Michael Dooley expands upon his 12-page feature for Print’s February issue by examining several examples of comic books and graphic novels that have stirred up controversy and criticism in schools and libraries in the United States.

Complete Anarchy, Illustrated

As the Tea Party and Occupy movements fade from the political scene, anarchy is still visible . . . well, its graphics are, anyway. In England, Autonomy: The Cover Designs of Anarchy, 1961–1970 just hit the streets. And PM Press …

Homer, Chwast, and The Odyssey

Seymour Chwast’s latest graphic novel—or “visual epic,” as it’s been described in the upper levels of the Academy—is just out, joining his stirring adaptations of The Canterbury Tales and The Divine Comedy. The Odyssey, one of the most dreaded tomes …

Eliza Frye: How to Succeed in Comics, Online and Off

When Eliza Frye used Kickstarter to fund her first hardcover collection of graphic stories, she raised more than double her goal amount. In this, the conclusion of our two-part talk, she discusses a variety of topics, including online comics, comics …