Pirate Day Book Review: Scott Chantler’s <em>Pirates of the Silver Coast</em>

This all-ages graphic novel features a feisty, adventurous girl seeking her lost brother in a fantasy medieval setting.

<em>The Stratford Zoo Midnight Review Presents Macbeth</em>

With artwork that bounds off the page, The Stratford Zoo Midnight Revue Present: Macbeth is a clear but very silly take on one of the Bard's most famous plays.

Gene Luen Yang Talks About <em>The Shadow Hero</em>

Check out GeekMom Rebecca's new interview with the author of The Shadow Hero.

Ben Hatke on Zita, Cosplay, and What’s Next

Author-illustrator Ben Hatke talks about his third and final Zita the Spacegirl installment (which publishes this week), life with his four daughters, and what's next for him creatively.

Everyone Should Meet <em>The Shadow Hero</em>

The Shadow Hero is a graphic novel with ties to the history of comics, racism, and the duality of first generation Americans, in an entertaining format that young YA and up will enjoy.

Discussing Earth Day: <em>I’m Not A Plastic Bag</em>

Start a discussion about Earth Day by reading the Archaia graphic novel, I'm Not a Plastic Bag.

<em>The Return of Zita</em> Wins

The final book in Zita the Spacegirl is out, and she's unstoppable! (With the help of a lovable cast of friends, of course.)

<em>This One Summer</em>: Beauty In Realism

This One Summer is a new graphic novel by Mariko and Jillian Tamaki. It is a YA book that transcends the genre into where most adult novelists wish they could go: honest and nuanced characters in that familiar world ...

I wasn't aware of Ava's Demon until it showed up on my doorstep. It captured my attention so quickly and fully that I knew I had to share it with you.

<em>The Cute Girl Network</em>: Interview!

An interview with the creators of The Cute Girl Network, a new romantic comedy graphic novel. Skater chic Jane has to choose between her new boyfriend Jack, and the terrible stories of The Cute Girl Network.