The acclaimed cartoonist, long known for his nonfictional comics about historical mysteries has now crafted a fictional one starring actress Louise Brooks.
In his latest graphic novel, Rick Geary places early 20th-century dancer and actress Louise Brooks on the trail of a fictitious murderer.
The acclaimed cartoonist talks about the newest -- and final -- volume of his acclaimed series, making comics for children and working autobiographically.
Eric Hobbs & Noel Tuazon reimagine "King Lear" as an Alaskan crime empire breaks apart in a story that deals with aging, dementia, greed and violence.
The cartoonist behind "Joe and Azat" talks about his new book, "All Star," his love of baseball, small town life and the idea of fairness
Acclaimed cartoonist Rick Geary explains the draw of adapting true crime stories to graphic novels for his "Treasury of XXth Century Murder" series.
French cartoonist and animator Arthur de Pins discusses his North American debut, the first volume of his darkly comic series "Zombillenium," explaining why monsters - including zombies - are no longer scary.
In his first English language translation, French cartoonist Etienne Davodeau studies winemaking with a French winemaker, and teaches him about art and comics in a book about life, meaning and passion.
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