Worst Behavior

How do you take something as complex and confounding as the most tumultuous time in a person’s adult life and make a concise and compelling short story out of it? Annie Mok’s solution: Echo the tumult. Continue reading


Wonder Woman: Bondage and Feminism

An engaging read from start to finish; Berlatsky’s love of Golden Age Wonder Woman comics comes through on every page. Continue reading


In Clothes Called Fat

In the world of In Clothes Called Fat, a beautiful appearance isn’t just something to strive for; it determines your lot in life. Continue reading


Frontier #6

Emily Carroll’s issue of the Youth in Decline artist showcase takes readers through the history of a violent urban legend. Continue reading


Wonder Woman: The Complete Newspaper Strip

It’s rare to get a second chance at a first impression, but William Moulton Marston and H.G. Peter got just that when Wonder Woman launched her own newspaper strip in 1944. Continue reading


Funnybooks: The Improbable Glories of the Best American Comic Books

Michael Barrier has stood at the forefront of animation and comic-book historians for over four decades. His 1970s magazine Funnyworld paved the way for serious discussion about these art forms and the people who defined them. At last, animation and … Continue reading


Sindicalismo 89

Sindicalismo 89 takes place in a building of the same name, a real apartment complex located in Mexico City. Inés Estrada defines this web of residential boxes as a “dysfunctional hive” where “lives coexist in a comfortably natural state of … Continue reading



By way of an opening, in 1957 a pink lady in a pink dress with her hair in a period updo walks into a pink room with pretty pink curtains and wallpaper and a few fancy pink chairs and cushions … Continue reading