Commissioned by the celebrated jazz recording label Blue Note Records, Dave Chisholm’s new graphic novel Enter The Blue is a whimsical tribute to the origin of the record company and its long and distinguished history.
In this short excerpt from Run, the late Rep. John Lewis reflects on growing political factions within the ranks of the Black Civil Rights Movement and acknowledges the global nature of the Black liberation movement.
In this eight-page excerpt, efforts to research a slave revolt in 1712 in New York City lead to the vast and sometimes restricted 18th-century slave trade archives in New York City, London, and Liverpool.
Embodied: An Intersectional Feminist Comics Poetry Anthology offers 23 poems focused on gender, identity, and the body by an impressive selection of contemporary cis female, trans, and non-binary poets.
Frank Herbert’s classic Dune has been adapted into a graphic novel by a creative team that includes Brian Herbert, the author's son and an acclaimed science-fiction author in his own right, and novelist and comics writer Kevin J. Anderson.
Originally published in 1995, Howard Cruse’s Stuck Rubber Baby is a pioneering graphic novel that explores politics, race, sex, and identity in the African-American and LGBTQ communities in the Jim Crow south.