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The Complete Wimmen’s Comix

Tackling a body of works published in a form fundamentally different from its original iteration – like the newly released two-volume hardcover, The Complete Wimmen’s Comix – can feel a bit daunting. The collection, which comes in at 700 pages, … Continue reading


Rules for Dating My Daughter

Mike Dawson delivers an uneven collection of personal essay-style memoir comics, occasionally thoughtful, but often thoughtless in its concern for others. Continue reading


Mini Kuš! Comics #38–41

This latest quartet of minicomics from the celebrated Latvian comics outfit features new stories by artists from Latvia, the US, Finland, & Germany, respectively. Continue reading


Mary Wept over the Feet of Jesus

Shall we judge a book by its cover? The cover of Mary Wept over the Feet of Jesus bears a window or panel of yonic shape: a pointed ellipse that opens like an eye turned sidewise. This kind of shape … Continue reading



Gast is a wonderful piece of work, Carol Swain is the real deal, and Gast is required reading. Continue reading



Quiet desperation is, by definition, not always easy to detect, but at this point, it’s been pretty well documented—in and out of comics. Into this tradition of desperation art comes Beverly, the debut collection of cartoonist Nick Drnaso. The book … Continue reading


The Story Of My Tits

Jennifer Hayden is a relative latecomer to comics, after years of work in graphic design and illustration. Like many converts, she took to comics with a zeal and work ethic that saw her very quickly get better in public. She’s … Continue reading



Beyer’s superb graphic novel, originally published by Raw Books in 1987 and now available once again all these years later. Continue reading