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  1. sequential art
    Killmonger Mini-series Coming to Marvel in DecemberWriter Bryan Edward Hill tells us what to expect.
  2. comics
    The 8 Best Comics to Read in SeptemberFrom dystopian futures and lush fantasy epics, to a comic that flips superhero humor on its head.
  3. comics
    Rachel Lindsay’s Rx Proves Comics Are Perfect for Tackling Mental IllnessIt’s a meditation on a manic episode, and it’s more complicated than it looks.
  4. comics
    Marvel Comics Legend Marie Severin Dies at 89She was an artist and an unsung hero.
  5. comics
    Comicsgate Is a Nightmare Tearing Comics Fandom Apart — So What Happens Next?There was a major escalation in the past week or so.
  6. This Comic Is Like Sliding Doors, Except TerrifyingIce Cream Man is one of the most unsettling series on the market today.
  7. vulture recommends
    The 8 Best Comics to Read This AugustFrom Jessica Jones and a Wolverine clone to a graphic novel about undocumented immigrant restaurant workers.
  8. Comics Star Tom King Developing Dystopian TV SeriesHe’s a former CIA officer turned Batman writer.
  9. comics
    Nick Drnaso on Sabrina, the First Comic to Make the Man Booker Prize Long List“I wound up with what I thought was just this massive failure of a project that was years in the making.”
  10. Black Panther’s Shuri Getting Her Own Spinoff Comic From Writer Nnedi Okorafor“What are thooooooose?”
  11. comics
    Mr. Robot Prequel Comic Coming This FallSeries creator Sam Esmail is writing it.
  12. comics
    A Brief History of Batman and Catwoman’s 78-Year CourtshipBatman’s caped crusading and unresolved orphan issues don’t allow him to open his heart often. But he’s come close to finding love with Catwoman.
  13. best bets
    Colorful Glassware, a Retro Comic-Book Store, and a Maximalist Makeup Pop-upWhat’s new in New York stores.
  14. New York Times Writer Regrets Spoiling Batman’s Wedding in HeadlineThere has been a reader backlash.
  15. The 8 Best Comics to Read in JulyFrom an immortal superhero to a sassy cat and beyond.
  16. cameos
    Wait, How Did Jelani Cobb Wind Up in Luke Cage?The New Yorker writer reveals all.
  17. Before He Wanted to Be a Chef, Anthony Bourdain Wanted to Draw Comic BooksKaren Berger, who edited his comics writing, remembers him fondly.
  18. best of 2018 so far
    The Best Comics of 2018 (So Far)From a lovey-dovey Batman to a cross-dressing prince.
  19. The 8 Best Comics to Read This JuneFrom Deadpool to Snagglepuss and beyond.
  20. summer tv preview
    Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger Is the Superhero Show of the SummerIt’s an unparalleled blend of the naturalistic and the surreal.
  21. The Best Witchy Comic You Should Be ReadingBlack Magick is a comic that deserves to be read and studied.
  22. The Deadpool Moment: The Inside Story of Marvel’s Boom BrandHe went from comic-book zero to cinema hero.
  23. sequential art
    Looking for a Deadpool Deep Dive? Here Are 5 of His Classic Comic-Book StoriesJust in time for the new flick.
  24. The 8 Best Comics to Read in MayFrom office drones to Vietnamese exits.
  25. avengers: infinity war
    The Creator of Avengers: Infinity War Villain Thanos Hates Marvel Comics’ Guts“Marvel tends to bring out the worst in me, at times,” says Jim Starlin.
  26. Art Spiegelman on Lynd Ward, the Forgotten Comics Pioneer Who Inspired HimThe Maus creator looks back on a man who was doing graphic novels before there were such things.
  27. The Story of Trina Robbins, the Controversial Feminist Who Revolutionized ComicsShe’s led a bizarre and trailblazing life.
  28. Green Lantern No. 76 Was the Moment Superhero Comics Got WokeA particular page from Dennis O’Neil and Neal Adams was a sensation when it was published in 1970.
  29. How Frank Miller Built This Amazing Dark Knight Returns PageHe looked to overlooked comics genius Bernard Krigstein for inspiration.
  30. The 100 Most Influential Pages in Comic Book HistoryFrom Superman to Smile, Mickey to Maus: Tracing the evolution of comic books by looking at the pictures, panels, and text that brought them to life.
  31. lawsuits
    Stan Lee Sues Ex-Business Manager for Abuse, Fraud, Selling His Blood as MerchThe lawsuit alleges Jerardo Olivarez is one of several “unscrupulous businessmen” who targeted Lee following his wife’s death in 2017.
  32. conflicts
    Everyone Around Stan Lee Claims Everyone Else Is Doing Him WrongThe figures surrounding the comic-book legend have accused each other of mistreating him.
  33. The 5 Best Comics to Read About Thanos Before Avengers: Infinity WarFrom his earliest days of evildoing to his present of pugnacity.
  34. Why Frank Miller Is Revisiting the World of 300 With His New XerxesIf he doesn’t have a T-shirt that says ‘Athenian Ninja’ by the end of the week, we’ve all failed.
  35. The 8 Best Comics to Read in AprilFrom a suicidal superhero to Walt Disney in rehab.
  36. I Kill Giants’ Rocky, Emotional Road to the ScreenThe comic it was based on came from joy and sorrow.
  37. podcast review
    Wolverine: The Long Night Is a Bold Experiment for MarvelWe’ll see where the Marvel podcast goes, but it’s off to a very promising start.
  38. Netflix to Make Superhero Movies Based on Deadpool Co-creator’s ComicsRob Liefeld’s Extreme Universe is coming to your laptop.
  39. bollywood
    Archie Comics Is Making a Bollywood Movie, Continuing Its World DominationThe film will reimagine the series with an all-Indian cast.
  40. sequential art
    The Best Comics to Read — and One Comics Doc to Watch — in MarchFrom a surreal treatise on art to the saga of a sinister ice-cream man.
  41. Ta-Nehisi Coates Will Write Captain America for Marvel ComicsThe relaunched series hits on the Fourth of July.
  42. sequential art
    Comics Creator Rick Veitch Talks Superhero Fascism and His Doubts About 9/11IDW is reprinting his lost classic The One.
  43. sequential art
    Superhero Comics’ Most Sympathetic Socialist Goes to WarJoshua Dysart will be writing the new comics mini-series.
  44. sequential art
    Marvel Comics Announces ‘Fresh Start’ for Its SuperheroesBut will it represent real change?
  45. comics
    Black Panther Writer Reg Hudlin on T’Challa and the Future of Black Superheroes“White superheroes get together all the time. Why can’t black people come together and save people just the same?”
  46. How Black Panther’s Actors Compare to Their Comics CounterpartsA lot has changed since Marvel Comics debuted Black Panther, king of Wakanda, in 1966.
  47. Marvel’s Wolverine Podcast Will Draw From True Detective, Says Writer“He’s seeking numbness. He’s seeking emptiness.”
  48. 5 Black Panther Comics to Read Before You See the MovieFrom Stan Lee to Ta-Nehisi Coates.
  49. sequential art
    The Best Comics to Read in FebruaryFrom a cross-dressing prince to a mystical journalist.
  50. sequential art
    How Vertigo Changed Comics ForeverThe famed DC Comics imprint turned 25 this month.
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