North Morgan on telling contemporary gay stories

Heather interviews the author of a new book that describes the contemporary gay scene perfectly…

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Cosplayers – Dash Shaw does fandom

Leo loves Dash Shaw’s exploration of fandoms…

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10 Reasons Why We Think Margaret Atwood Is Properly Awesome

The marketing team gush over the queen of speculative lit…

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Good People – the international bestseller spanning wartime Europe

Heather recommends Nir Baram’s examination of morality in dark times…

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Interview: Verna Wilkins of Firetree Books

A new imprint from Tamarind Books founder Verna Wilkins, Firetree believes that all children should find themselves in the books they read. We interviewed Wilkins to learn more about her history and newest books.

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Blame! 1 – the debut of a modern manga master

Leo recommends a new reissue of Tsutomu Nihei’s very first series…

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On Red Hot, the awesome project that’s challenging stereotypes about ginger hair

The Red Hot project became a global phenomenon in 2014, and now it’s back with the brilliant Red Hot II.

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Angel Catbird – Margaret Atwood’s Comics Debut

Leo loved Margaret Atwood’s foray into comics writing with Johnnie Christmas & Tamra Bonvillain

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The art of the continuous action sequence in Fear is the Rider

Tom explores the genre of Kenneth Cook’s rediscovered thriller…

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Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet Book 1 – September Graphic Novel of the Month

Leo reviews the first in a new Black Panther series by Between the World and Me author Ta-Nehisi Coates…

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