October 27, 2023 by Brigid Alverson
Today we have an exclusive announcement: KaBOOM! will publish the all-ages fantasy weboon Nomads in print.
June 29, 2023 by Johanna
Penguin Random House's new imprint is focused on global pop-comics, including manga, manhwa, and webcomics.
April 7, 2023 by Johanna
Alice Oseman has started updating the Heartstopper webtoon again, and the next print volume is due out later this year.
June 27, 2022 by Brigid Alverson
We’re kicking off the week with an exclusive first look at Scurry, an upcoming graphic novel from Image’s young-readers imprint Skybound Comet in February 2023. It’s actually not the first glimpse of this story, as it has been running as a webcomic on the Webtoon platform, but of course the book will look different. The […]
September 25, 2017 by J. Caleb Mozzocco
Calla Cthulhu Writers: Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer Artists: Erin Humiston and Mario A. Gonzalez Dark Horse Books; $12.99 Rated 14+ The mythos of cosmic horror that H.P. Lovecraft created and curated during his short writing career has always proved a curiously inviting and creatively fertile milieu for other writers to work in, on, and […]
August 31, 2016 by Brigid Alverson
John Allison’s Bad Machinery is a cheeky, funny story about English schoolchildren who solve mysteries, and now it’s coming out in a new, easier-to-read format. Bad Machinery started out as a webcomic, and you can still read the original in its entirety at Allison’s site (start here, and set aside some time). Then Oni Press […]
January 26, 2016 by J. Caleb Mozzocco
The Adventures of Supergirl #1 Writer: Sterling Gates Artist: Bengal DC, $0.99 (digital) Rated 12+ DC has had something of a Supergirl problem for a while now. Not with the new TV show of that title airing on CBS, or, at least, not exactly. Everyone seems to love the show itself, which has proven to […]
October 30, 2014 by J. Caleb Mozzocco
In Real Life Written by Cory Doctorow Drawn by Jen Wang First Second; $17.99 The story of a young woman who is also an avid gamer, In Real Life is a rather timely graphic novel—but not for the reasons you might expect (or dread), if you’ve been following the depressing news over the course of […]
August 4, 2014 by Esther Keller
The other day, I saw a post on GNLIB responding to a request about children’s graphic novels that can be read online. One of the responses mentioned The Professor Garfield Toon-Book Reader, which is part of the Toon Books website. I have a feeling I already knew about this part of their site, but it never stayed […]
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