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š! #14 Baltic Comics Magazine

The theme of the 14th issue of this Latvian comics anthology is Sports. Featuring an international roster of cartoonists from Latvia, Chile, Hong Kong, Sweden, and more. Continue reading


In the Days of the Mob

Not Pretty At the outset, Jack Kirby intended the only adult-oriented magazines he was ever to work on, In the Days of the Mob and its companion title Spirit World, to look much better than what DC offers in their … Continue reading


Iron Bound

Brendan Leach’s gritty crime noir set on the streets of 1961 Newark, New Jersey. Continue reading


Little Fish: A Memoir From a Different Kind of Year

Ramsey Beyer’s spirited, often warm chronicling of her real-life journey through her freshman year at college is as much driven by the familiar trappings of teenagedom as it is punk rock, against-the-grain sensibility. Continue reading


Eye Of The Majestic Creature, Vol. 2

Stein’s storytelling innovations in this book point to her becoming a truly significant and mature artist as she continues to evolve in daring ways. Continue reading


The Rocketeer: Cargo of Doom and The Rocketeer: Hollywood Horror

Against The Rocketeer, and for it, too. Continue reading


Out Of Hollow Water

Anna Bongiovanni’s debut book, Out of Hollow Water, is one of the better and more startling debuts I’ve seen in the last decade or so. Her work is an exemplar of a style of cartooning that’s dense, dark, scratch,y and … Continue reading


The Big Feminist BUT!

An anthology of comics by both men and women looking at the state of feminism and gender equality in contemporary society. Contributors include Gabrielle Bell, Vanessa Davis, Barry Deutsch, Justin Hall, Angie Wang, and Lauren Weinstein. Continue reading