The Best of Wonder Wart-Hog

In the lore of comic art and its transformation, not only in the Bay Area epicenter of counterculture “comix” but across North America and, at the very least, Western Europe, no figure stands higher than Gilbert Shelton. Continue reading


Couch Tag

There has always been something subterranean about Jesse Reklaw’s comics, and in Couch Tag, his first proper graphic novel and the story of his childhood told in five different ways, the fitful-sleep feeling of his work has found its perfect medium. Continue reading


Incidents in the Night

Like all of David B.’s work, Incidents is rich, complex, funny, dark—and very difficult to describe. Continue reading


The Adventures of Jodelle

Jodelle is anomalous, weird, sexy, and perversely beautiful. Continue reading


Real Good Stuff #1-2

Dennis Eichhorn made his name in the early ’90s with his two-fisted autobio series, Real Stuff. He seemed to be a sort of mirror image to Harvey Pekar, as both men were writers who employed a number of alt-cartoonists to … Continue reading



A dense, vibrating, genre-destroying and rebuilding cross-hatching of passionate comics-making and calibrated risk-taking. Continue reading


Ray and Joe: The Story of a Man and His Dead Friend

Charles Rodrigues and “sick” humor. Continue reading


Woman Rebel: The Margaret Sanger Story

Can the creator of Goon on the Moon handle a biography of one of the most important women of the 20th century? Duh. Continue reading