"'Watchmen' wasn't unfilmable, it was unreadable."
Nate Powell's book is the first graphic novel nominated for the L.A. 'Times' Book Prize since 'Maus'.
Follow the heartbreakingly ridiculous story of small-town butcher Baloney and his blind, one-legged, one-armed daughter.
"I have to say that I haven't seen a comic, much less a superhero comic, for a very, very long time now."
This hallucinatory graphic novel was created by Ari Folman and David Polonsky simultaneously with the making of the film.
An excerpt from a graphic memoir that travels well-trod territory with wit, style, and relentless honesty.
'Scott Pilgrim' director Edgar Wright has posted pictures of his female leads.
In the just-released 'Final Crisis 7,' Superman kills Darkseid by singing a song — but which one?
See six pages from the indie-rock comics cult hit that's the basis for Michael Cera's new movie.
A complete (dirty!) story from the award-winning Israeli cartoonist's new collection.
The solemn silence of 'The Arrival' didn't prepare us for the wordy whimsy of Tan's new book.
It may very well be the worst comic ever, but it contains this amazing word bubble.
Seven pages from the new graphic novel by the author of the acclaimed 'Epileptic.'
You may read 'Disappearance Diary' as a cautionary tale, but at least you'll learn how to make a meal out of a radish and tempura oil.
Our four-page excerpt is, sadly, a little smaller than the nearly two-foot-tall originals.
As addictive as HBO's 'Rome,' if a good deal more chilly.
A book of great beauty and mystery, and the closest you're probably going to come to an acid trip all day.
Why did this never come up during the campaign? Is he hiding his comic obsession, like his smoking?
A funny and thoughtful graphic memoir of World War II, told through G.I. Alan Cope's warm voice and Emmanuel Guibert's beautiful artwork.
Caldecott winner Don Wood's first graphic novel is a gripping, gorgeously drawn adventure story.