I am a big fan of Lucy Knisley’s travelogues. I love her art work because of its intimacy and quiet, introspective quality. But I also found another reason to like her…her quiet call to action. Check out these calling cards on her website and feel free to print them and use them for whatever causes… Continue reading The Perfect Calling Card for Troubling Times
Raina Telgemeier’s recent book is a classic about the power of family and the courage required to face the unknown.
Cassandra Clarke’s first adult novel is a sweeping, science fiction romance that raises intriguing questions on what it means to have free will and be human.
A look back on what worked, what didn’t at SDCC16.
Don’t have passes? You can still experience Con from afar.
Neil Gaiman’s book of essays and selected prose is a celebration of storytellers and the written word.
Darwyn Cooke, the award-winning artist for The Twilight Children, Richard Stark’s Parker: The Hunter, and DC’s Catwoman, passed away this morning at 1:30AM EST. Cooke’s wife announced it via his blog and reported by Comic Book Resources. Cooke worked as a storyboard artist for Warner Bros.’ Batman: the Animated Series and Superman: the Animated Series, and he created the opening… Continue reading Darwyn Cooke Loses Battle to Cancer