An indy publisher hosts its own alternative comics festival in London.
The author’s trip from her home in Massachusetts to the Sequential Artists Workshop in Gainesville, Florida, filtered through the stylistic lenses of seven of her favorite cartoonists.
Jesse Jacobs’ Safari Honeymoon, a metaphysically-inclined tale of man-vs.-nature, offers an alternative to its own age-old tropes.
A devout Catholic travels the world in search of a husband.
In “Patron Saint,” Sam Alden alters a crucial detail of a classic story.
In Alec Longstreth’s fantasy world, an injured amnesiac searching for his past is sheltered by a man hiding from his own.
Corinne Mucha talks about cardboard robots, moon zombies, alien abductions, painful emotions, yoga, and turning her life into art.
Anne Thalheimer’s What You Don’t Get and the private experience of public tragedy.
Mindfulness in the comics of Corinne Mucha.
A punk aesthetic finds a stately home at Providence’s new Rhode Island Independent Publishing Expo.