Balanced critique in an unbalanced world
“Gryffen: Galaxy’s Most Wanted” #9 combines audacious and grotesque space hijinks with a nuanced portrayal of non-binary and queer identities.
“White Ash” #1 entertains and intrigues with a small-town mystery and catastrophe rolled into one.
“Ella Upgraded” #1 is a delightful, authentic superhero origin story with a relatable, authentic protagonist.
A collection of incisive magazine work that examines everything from politics to personal blunders.
“Rex Radley: Boy Adventurer” #1 balances fun and adventure for kids as well as adults.
Miles Greb talks about the inspiration to visit our far-off history and the magic of megafauna in “Clovis.”
“Dreamers of the Day” accomplishes exactly what a graphic memoir should, with excellent visuals and a personal, patchwork look at a fascinating historical figure.
“The Space Heists of Vyvy & Qwerty” #1-2 set up a fun sci-fi universe with a lot of storytelling potential.
“Going to the Chapel” #1 delivers fun, fast-paced action with just enough quirkiness and humor to satisfy.
“What a Crock!” examines the small struggles of daily life with good characterization and a focus on storytelling through art.