Graphic Novels

Birds of Maine

Birds of Maine

Michael DeForge consolidates all his strengths even while breaking new ground, and does it on a grand scale.

By Ian McGillis

Shifting Earth

Shifting Earth

Flavia Biondi’s and Fabiana Mascolo’s art jumps off the page in vibrant, fluid storytelling, beautifully illustrating Cecil Castellucci’s Shifting Earth.

By Billie Gagné-LeBel

The Adventures of Sgoobidoo

The Adventures of Sgoobidoo

Sgoobidoo is a quick, satisfying little read. It has strong potential as an addictive comic series.

By Esinam Beckley

Acting Class

Acting Class

In Acting Class, Nick Drnaso is concerned with the vivid world of the interior.

By Connor Harrison

The City of Belgium

The City of Belgium

Brecht Evens' groundbreaking graphic novel will be appreciated by art lovers and amateurs alike.

By Esinam Beckley

Julie Doucet’s Time Zone J

Julie Doucet’s Time Zone J

Julie Doucet talks about her comics comeback, a visually striking and riveting personal story.

By Sarah Mangle

Our Little Secret

Our Little Secret

Emily Carrington's graphic memoir is a remarkably assured work.

By Ian McGillis

July Underwater

July Underwater

Zoe Maeve's July Underwater is an exploration of nostalgia, loss, discovery, and growing up.

By Jack Ruttan

Night Bus

Night Bus

Chinese cartoonist Zuo Ma's Night Bus is a book made of dreams.

By Eloisa Aquino