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Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is a captivating film, but also claims to be “the true story of the women behind the man behind the Woman,” and this is where matters get complicated. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Kevin Pyle

The cartoonist, whose latest book is Migrant, talks to Alex Dueben about comics as a vehicle for social consciousness. Continue reading

 

Shine a Light

Reporting harassment at a comics show. Continue reading

 

Sweet Revenge: An Interview with Thi Bui

Thi Bui talks about the political forces and cartooning influences that she tapped into while creating her “touching memoir The Best We Could Do. Continue reading

 

How To Build A Comics Festival: CXC, Year Three

What makes Cartoon Crossroads Columbus work. Continue reading

 

“Everything I Had to Say about My Life Is in That Book”: An Interview with Tillie Walden

The Spinning creator talks about memoir, her relationship with figure skating, the importance of representation, and Studio Ghibli. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Iasmin Omar Ata

Talking to Iasmin Omar Ata’s sbout their debut graphic novel Mis(h)adra, adapted from their webcomic of the same name. Continue reading

 

An Interview with Sophia Foster-Dimino

Discussing comics and power with the author of Sex Fantasy. Continue reading