Graphic novel review: Wynd Book Two – The Secret of the Wings by James Tynion IV (writer) and Michael Dialynas (artist)

Fantasies always seem to convey, by some intangible sensibility woven into the word, the idea of limitless, epic adventure where anything can happen, anyone can exist and the world can be anything and everything. They are a feast for the imagination and that’s why they are seductive for so many Continue Reading

Upending the fairytale! BRIAR wonders what might happen if Sleeping Beauty had to save herself?

SNAPSHOTBRIAR [is] a brand new four-issue limited comic book series from Eisner Award-nominated writer, producer, and director Christopher Cantwell (Regarding the Matter of Oswald’s Body, Iron Man, Halt and Catch Fire), rising artist Germán García (Ka-Zar: Lord of the Savage Land), and colorist Matheus Lopes (Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow) that Continue Reading

“What’s in this stuff?!” The hilarious thoughtful chaos of new comic strip TEX

SNAPSHOTTEX follows namesake character Tex Clapsaddle, an ambitious and imaginative eight-year-old learning to navigate the world outside his comfortable childhood. His parents, Barbara and Wayne, and siblings, Austin and Missy, are along for the ride as each character faces their own wild and momentous experiences. “TEX is a comic strip about that Continue Reading

Graphic novel review: Wynd Book One – Flight Of The Prince by James Tynion IV (writer) and Michael Dialynas (artist)

The idea of being home, of having a home – and not just the physical dwelling but the intangibly ephemeral emotional sense of belonging t00 – is so universal that it’s taken as a given that everyone has one. But not everyone does; for a whole host of reasons, people Continue Reading

Teaching isn’t as easy as it sounds: Find out why in new Peanuts animated special, Lucy’s School + season 2 trailer for The Snoopy Show

SNAPSHOTThe Peanuts gang are anxious about starting at a new school in the Fall, inspiring Lucy to start her own school instead, but teaching isn’t as easy as it sounds. ‘Lucy’s School’ is a love letter to teachers, and an appreciation of the impact a teacher can have on a Continue Reading