Versatile artist and writer Sonny Liew talks about his new graphic novel, which uses the life and work of a fictional artist to tell the history of Singapore.
Singapore's National Arts Council abruptly withdrew its grant for "The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye," saying the graphic novel "potentially undermines the authority or legitimacy of the Government and its public institutions."
One writer analyzes the societal influences on Hajime Isayama's hit manga turned multimedia juggernaut.
In what he considers his best work in years, the former DC Comics publisher pushes past the Golden Age for a Ditko-esque and modern superhero tale.
"Snarked" creator Roger Langridge talks his "well-spoken and well-dressed" Yeti, plus "Jim Henson's The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow."
In "The Shadow Hero," creator Gene Luen Yang breathes life back into what may be the first Asian American superhero, the Golden Age Green Turtle.