In Camille Jourdy’s eighth book, she has found and refined her visual signature to perfection.
Nick Maandag's collection showcases his quiet, uncomfortable humour and ear for dialogue.
Barbara Brandon-Croft's collection of her long-running comic strip represents Black women in all their diversity.
A feminist graphic collection spotlights Indigenous women’s stories of fighting for their rights.
Michael DeForge consolidates all his strengths even while breaking new ground, and does it on a grand scale.
Kate Beaton’s graphic memoir chronicles her two-year stint in the northern Alberta oil patch.
In Acting Class, Nick Drnaso is concerned with the vivid world of the interior.
The heart of Emma Grove's graphic novel is her battle to become who she is.
Brecht Evens' groundbreaking graphic novel will be appreciated by art lovers and amateurs alike.
Julie Doucet talks about her comics comeback, a visually striking and riveting personal story.
Emily Carrington's graphic memoir is a remarkably assured work.
Lisa Hanawalt's I Want You and Adrian Tomine's The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Cartoonist are works by artists at the height of their careers and powers.