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.
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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
The Nameless City is a considerate and wonderfully plotted graphic novel that has much to teach about tolerance and friendship.