While Judge Dredd remains Wagner and Ezquerra's greatest dramatic feat, early 90s title Al's Baby remains one of the most remarkable.
From the horrors of the Manson Family to the laughs of Kimmy Schmidt, we examine the idea of American cults as they have evolved on our screens.
Discussing the beloved French directors ability to embody a cinema of blood -- both as a product of pain and of sensuality and revitalization.
A look inside what makes British artist D'Israeli such a perfect example of color and the evolution of British comics cartooning.
After just a moment of taking stock, it's undoubted that Steve Lieber is one of the best illustrators working today.
From Why I Hate Saturn to Plastic Man to The Shadow, Kyle Baker is an artist who is as uncompromising in his form as he is masterful of it.
With boys and girls comics of mid-20th century Britain split down the middle, how did writers handle the difference with identical topics?
A celebration of the legendary artist June Brigman, whose crisp linework has helped shape comics as a medium
A look into the pinnacle of sci-fi movies particular to the era of Richard Nixon's time in the White House
Through list of powerhouse creators, DC Comics revived the American superhero anthology through the 12 issues of Wednesday Comics.
From Devlin Waugh to Indigo Prime, queerness is a theme that permeates John Smith comics...even when audiences weren't ready for it.
From air raids to making Hitler a giant baby, Dudley Watkins offered comfort and vigor to the children of Britain in WWII with his comics
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