Pity to the unsuspecting people who would have to deal with a zombie outbreak in a society that is far from modern.
A preview of an unfinished graphic novel, we can’t wait to see the finished product.
Andrea Tsurumi’s Yakitori reminds you why you’re afraid of the dark.
Tsurumi continues her exploration of fear from a different perspective in Terka.
Jonathan Hickman comes home with this four issue mini series, but it doesn’t quite feel the same.
Cartoonist Marc Jackson explores minimalism through digital illustration in this well-intentioned but wayward sci-fi romp.
Rounding out all-ages week, we move to a YA comic (which, I realize it technically not all-ages, but it is still an underrepresented segment, so I’m saying it counts).
All-ages week on Spandexless continues with one of Beth’s favorite examples of all-ages at its best.
Papercutz is producing books with a definite focus on not just creating graphic novels for kids, but creating GOOD graphic novels for kids.
We continue Spandexless all-ages week with a review of the new series, Princeless!
Spandexless is dedicating this week to all-ages comics. Here’s why:
A very well-done companion piece to the Orcs book series, but also works well as a standalone book.