Etelka Lehoczky

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Maria Qamar Dishes Up Desi Pop in 'Trust No Aunty'

Wednesday, August 02, 2017

Aunties, beware — Maria Qamar's got your number. The Pakistani Canadian comedian's new book, Trust No Aunty, is a rollicking guide to dealing with the interfering older women in your life.


'Curse Words' Proves You Can Never Have Too Much Mystical Fire

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Charles Soule and Ryan Browne's neon-drenched comic is giddily over-the-top, featuring a buffed-up wizard named Wizord, his talking koala sidekick and many, many glowing blasts of mystical fire.


In 'Fetch,' A Memorial To A Beloved Dog Raises Hard Questions

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Do you deserve your pets? Do you deserve the people in your life? In her new graphic memoir, Nicole Georges suggests the two questions are closely related — and you may not like the answers.


A Favorite In Waiting: Alison Bechdel's 'Dykes To Watch Out For'

Friday, July 14, 2017

Alison Bechdel is one of the few cartoonists who appears twice on our list of 100 favorite comics and graphic novels — but many readers overlooked her beloved cult strip Dykes To Watch Out For.


Shades Of Gray Turn Sumptuous In 'Chain Letter'

Thursday, June 22, 2017

In Chain Letter, cartoonist Farel Dalrymple returns to The City, the mysterious metropolis at the heart of his early 2000s series Pop Gun War. It's a weird, complicated and charming place.


In 'Boundless,' The Modern World Is Timeless

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Cartoonist Jillian Tamaki's new book is packed with of-the-moment topics — a pyramid skin-care scheme, a porn sitcom, a bedbug battle — but her existential wistfulness raises them to archetype.


Art Is A Matter Of Life And Death In 'The Electric Sublime'

Saturday, April 29, 2017

W. Maxwell Prince's bloody, silly and deeply likeable new graphic novel imagines a world where works of art are real spaces you can step into — with real problems that can cause hundreds of deaths.


Wanting More From 'Imagine Wanting Only This'

Saturday, April 22, 2017

Kristen Radtke is an experienced writer and artist, but her graphic memoir — about grief, loss and obsessive travel — disappoints with rudimentary illustrations and spotty storytelling.


Rich, Colorful 'Afar' Reimagines The Magical Girl

Thursday, April 06, 2017

Leila del Duca and Kit Seaton's new novel follows a young girl in a richly-imagined North Africa-flavored fantasy world, who discovers she has the power to dream herself into different bodies.


Incendiary 'Report' Exposes Business-Suited Torturers

Friday, March 31, 2017

Ernie Colón and Sid Jacobson, who previously adapted the 9/11 Commission Report as a graphic novel, set their sights on the Senate's 2014 report on the CIA's use of enhanced interrogation techniques.


Elastic Lines For An Elastic Life In 'Fire!!'

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Cartoonist Peter Bagge's new biography of Zora Neale Hurston swoops through her life at breakneck speed, losing some real-life pathos along the way, but sustaining an electric, colorful energy.


With A Photographer's Eye, A French Cartoonist Interrogates Truth

Sunday, February 05, 2017

In Pretending is Lying, Dominique Goblet takes a scruffy, postmodern approach to autobiography, with photographic images and wildly morphing character depictions that question our ideas of truth.


The Black Panther, At Odds With Himself And His Country In 'A Nation Under Our Feet'

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Ta-Nehisi Coates continues his tangled, philosophical (and big-selling) superhero tale with Black Panther: A Nation Under Our Feet. Coates' storytelling resonates, but his character can often ramble.


Psychic Soldiers Populate 'Throwaways' — With Style

Saturday, January 07, 2017

Caitlin Kittredge's comic series about psychic soldiers on the run from government experiments is brisk, colorful fun, complemented by Steve Sanders' stylish character designs and deft illustrations.


They Told Us So: Fantagraphics Turns 40

Saturday, December 17, 2016

Fantagraphics is the publisher that brought literary respectability to comics. Their mammoth 40th anniversary volume, We Told You So, tends towards self-congratulation — but deservedly so.


'Prince Of Cats' Melds Comics, Hip-Hop And Shakespeare

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Ron Wimberly's energetic re-working of Romeo and Juliet focuses on Tybalt, the "Prince of Cats." It mashes up wildly diverse elements into a fresh creation, the visual equivalent of a DJ's mix.


Remembering Steve Dillon, Co-Creator Of 'Preacher'

Monday, October 24, 2016

Comic artist Steve Dillon died this weekend in New York City at the age of 54. He was responsible for some of the most iconic comics of the 1990s, including Hellblazer and Preacher.


In 'Singing Bones,' An Artist Recasts The Grimm Tales — Literally

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Illustrator Shaun Tan puts his skills to a new test in The Singing Bones. He's taking the familiar Grimm fairy tales and condensing each one down to a single, wordless photo of one of his sculptures.


'Arab Of The Future 2' Continues Risky Truth-Telling

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Cartoonist Riad Sattouf continues his scathing memoir of his childhood in Syria and Libya. Just as in the first volume, his disgust for the oddities and outrages around him is palpable on the page.


Margaret Atwood Plays With The Superhero Genre In 'Angel Catbird'

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Atwood may be best known as a novelist, but she's also a creator of comics — her new comic, Angel Catbird, is the gleefully subversive tale of a DNA-altered, superpowered cat-bird-man.