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Adventure, Science & Beetles – These Are the “Last of the Sandwalkers”
Cartoonist and professor Jay Hosler's new book follows science-studying insects on an epic quest to return home to a culture a fear and superstition.
Comics A.M. | Why the new Spider-Man matters; a look at ‘work for hire’
Comics | In a post subtitled “Why the new biracial Spider-Man matters,” David Betancourt shares his reaction to the news that the new Ultimate Spider-Man is half-black, half-Latino: “The new …
It’s still Free Comic Book Day somewhere
If you didn’t have a chance to make it to your local comics retailer this past Saturday, never fear — it’s always Free Comic Book Day on the web. Here …
What Are You Reading?
Welcome to a special Super Bowl Sunday edition of What Are You Reading? Not that it’s any different from a regular WAYR column, but you can enjoy it while eating …
The “Evolution” of Jay Hosler
Professor and cartoonist Jay Hosler talks about his his new book illustrated by Kevin and Zander Cannon that tells the story of life on Earth, dinosaurs and how to make science fun again.
The five most criminally ignored books of 2008: No. 1, Optical Allusions
I sometimes think that because his books have an “educational” bent, Jay Hosler tends to get short shrift in the comics community. Sure, his books are filled with interesting facts …
Hosler on the Educational “Optical Allusions”
Biology professor Jay Hosler returns to comics with "Optical Allusions," an adventure into the mysteries of the eye. We discuss the project and the academic response to his earlier award-winning, science-focused comics.