Graphic Novels from the Nadlers, Snyder & Co., and Watson | Xpress Reviews

Highly recommended to general readers with even a passing interest in the thinkers and thoughts in question; a story that is both enjoyable and slightly depressing, in essence, very similar to real life; Glister is a sweet, thoughtful, and intentionally off-kilter light fantasy

An Illustrated Halloween Reading List | Wyatt’s World

These modern classics of horror graphic novels and comics provide layers of chill-inducing menace with their gripping combinations of art, text, and layout. Here are five more suggestions for the Halloween season.

Graphic Novels from Belliveau, Maroh, Puryear & Alexander, Roy & Wordie, and More | Xpress Reviews

Personal-sketch fans might appreciate Belliveau, a rare English-language translation of Maroh’s work, a unique and mature twist on the “prison planet” trope, visually intriguing art and a thoughtful palette from Roy and Wordie