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Writer Jim Ottaviani on adapting Edward O. Wilson’s Naturalist | Interview

We speak to Jim Ottaviani on the process of turning Edward O. Wilson’s prose autobiography Naturalist into the comic book Naturalist: A Graphic Adaptation.

The League of Super Feminists | Review

Mirion Malle seeks to induct young readers into The League of Super Feminists with her short, common-sense primer on what we too often consider complicated topics

Graphic Medicine for Kids & Teens

The term graphic medicine was coined by Dr. Ian Williams—comics artist, physician, and editor of graphicmedicine.org—to “denote the role that comics can play in the study and delivery of healthcare.”

Review: Swamp Thing: Twin Branches

Swamp Thing: Twin Branches cover

Swamp Thing: Twin Branches features less swamp monster and more Alec Holland than usual…twice the Alec, as YA author Maggie Stiefvater gives Alec a new twin brother.

Archie & Katy Keene | Review

Archie Andrews gets an unexpected rival in the form of the new girl in town in Archie & Katy Keene, by Mariko Tamaki, Kevin Panetta, and Laura Braga.

Ride On Is Faith Erin Hicks’ Next GN

Faith Erin Hicks announced her next graphic novel on Twitter.

Review: Star Wars: Leia, Princess of Alderaan

Cover of Leia, Princess of Alderaan

Claudia Gray’s YA Star Wars novel Leia, Princess of Alderaan receives a manga adaptation thanks to manga-ka Haruichi and Yen Press, giving fans yet another option for high-quality comics adventures starring their favorite characters.

Review: The Magic Fish

Trung Le Nguyen invites readers to experience delicately-rendered, elegantly retold fairytales with his protagonists in his debut graphic novel, The Magic Fish.

Historical Fact or Fiction?

With American politics in the throes of a divisive election and a never-ending, unprecedented news cycle, intense focus has been given to every new development for at least fifteen minutes.

Review: ‘Becoming Brianna’

In Becoming Brianna, Terri Libenson continues her popular middle-grade series with a story that focuses on Brianna’s anxiety about her bat mitzvah.