A look at the long-running webcomic "Questionable Content" by Jeph Jacques.
My thoughts on the webcomic "AJ & Magnus."
My favorite webcomics and comic strips for 2020, from "AJ & Magnus" to "Check, Please!"
A look back over the many developments in comics over the 2010s.
Here’s an update (from a post a year ago) on what webcomics and newspaper comic strips I enjoy reading in 2019. I’ve added some new strips, and dropped some
Last year, I wrote about my 10 favorite comics for 2017. Said comics include webcomics, graphic novels, and comic books. Given it’s the end of 2018, I thought I’d
There’s plenty of LGBTQ characters in comics (if somewhat fewer in animation). However, I do see on my Twitter feed some urging more recognition of the importance of non-White LGBTQ characters
I thought it was time for an updated look at my list of recommended webcomics and comic strips I enjoy reading. I’ll try to stick with ones that are either currently
The website Vice has a lot of problems. However, one minor one that’s gotten criticism from the comics community lately is their list of 2017’s “10” best
For decades, the single-issue pamphlet-formatted comic (or “floppy” as some fans call them) has been the default format for American comic books. There’s much nostalgia for the format, plus