Author Cecil Castellucci on channeling the drama of sports and opera.
20×20 collects works and reflections by 20 writers and cartoonists, showcasing the vitality of Canada’s underground art community.
Read about special events and additions to the annual small-press fair, a serious spread of independent books, zines and comics.
Z’Isle, a serialized graphic novel written by Lateef Martin and illustrated by Dan Buller, brings zombies to the 514. Get ready to fight.
Comics for all! Shigero Mizuki’s Kitaro offers manga-style horror, Lucy Knisley’s Relish celebrates foodieism, and Sarah Burwash’s The Far Woods meditates on rural life.
Jeff Miller checks out three new comics: Ulli Lust’s Today is the Last Day of the Rest of Your Life , Joe Ollmann’s Science Fiction and Tom Gauld’s You’re All Just Jealous of My Jetpack.
On the eve of launching his latest book, Tibonom, Billy Mavreas chats about the drawings, his decision to eschew words in his graphic works and the state of Montreal comics today.
Cult MTL reviews three new graphic books: the English-language debut by Hong Kong artist Chihoi, local multimedia artist Jessica MacCormack’s The See, and Journal, by Julie Delporte.
Nicole J. Georges’ latest graphic memoir is a startlingly account of lost love, family secrets and living with far too many dogs in Portland.
The graphic novel legend talks to Cult about his latest book The Hive, Black Hole movie rumours and the enduring appeal of Tintin.