You probably couldn't ask for a better introduction to the work of Norwegian cartoonist than "If You Steal."
J. Caleb Mozzocco
Articles by J. Caleb Mozzocco
Reissued this week by Dark Horse, the 22-year-old "Aliens: Salvation" by Mike Mignola, Dave Gibbons and Kevin Nowlan is worth revisiting.
Acclaimed cartoonist Emily Caroll ("Through the Woods") teams with first-time writer Marika McCoola for a terrific tale about that most famous of witches.
This "Secret Wars" anthology, featuring contributions by the likes of Katie Cook, Kris Anka, Michel Fiffe and Gurihiru, was $5 well spent.
Fans of DC's superheroines may never forgive themselves if they pass up "DC Comics: Bombshells" #1.
After watching the DC Universe Original Movie, and reading three of its comic tie-ins, we try to make sense of the alternate universe of "Justice League: Gods and Monsters."
Lion Forge's return to Bayside hits a few snags in the comic-book adaptation of "Saved by the Bell."
"Ant-Man Vol. 1: Second-Chance Man" is a terrific read that eschews comic-book continuity as it hues closer to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Archie's relaunch of its flagship title "works for the most simple of reasons: The new 'Archie' #1 isn't just new and it isn't just different, it's also very good."
The popular "Hark! A Vagrant" cartoonist makes her picture-book debut with a story sure to charm old and new fans alike.
We review and grade every new title launched in June by DC Comics, from "All Star Section Eight" to "We Are Robin."
With "Ghostbusters: Get Real," IDW pairs the Ghostbusters of the '80s cartoon with their comic-book counterparts -- and it works!
In his latest graphic novel, Rick Geary places early 20th-century dancer and actress Louise Brooks on the trail of a fictitious murderer.