Graphic Novels: Gorman, King & Co., Pope & Villarrubia, Willingham, plus a Debut | Xpress Reviews


Rick and Morty walks a shredding tightrope among slapstick, pathos, and hilarity; a complex and unsettling indie take on Batman pays homage to previous interpretations; Becoming Unbecoming is not an easy read, but it’s an important one; Fables is recommended for fairy-tale fanatics who love some level of horror

Graphic Novels by DeMatteis & Johnson, Kleist, Stephenson, Willingham | Xpress Reviews


DeMatteis & Johnson’s complex observations about life, Kleist’s masterly mix of pathos and politics, Stephenson brings an edge to the scene, Willingham’s fine, classic, and smart conclusion to his series

Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, November 1, 2013


A family quest from debut graphic novelist Dres, Katz’s latest is highly recommended to fans interested in underground comics and the history of the graphic novel, Willingham & company’s Fairest is a unique graphic novel

Xpress Reviews: Graphic Novels | First Look at New Books, August 30, 2013


Bergting, for fans of supernatural graphic novels who are in the mood for a light read, an emotionally riveting work from Lemire, and Willingham’s Fables, gorgeous throughout