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The B&N Podcast:  The Adventure Zone LIVE at Comic Con

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The B&N Podcast: The Adventure Zone LIVE at Comic Con

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Clint McElroy and Carey Pietsch talk about turning the fan-favorite podcast The Adventure Zone into a hilarious graphic novel.
The B&N Podcast: Brad Meltzer

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The B&N Podcast: Brad Meltzer

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When the author of "The Escape Artist" constructs a thriller, he tells us, it's a game -- and you're the opponent. But he promises to play fair.
The B&N Podcast: Reginald Hudlin on The Black Panther

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The B&N Podcast: Reginald Hudlin on The Black Panther

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The filmmaker and writer joins us to talk about his role in making the history of Wakanda.
The B&N Podcast: Frank Miller

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The B&N Podcast: Frank Miller

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The iconic writer and artist behind "Batman: The Dark Night: Master Race" talks with Joel Cunningham about his revolutionary career in comics.
Heretics!: The Wondrous (and Dangerous) Beginnings of Modern Philosophy

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Heretics!: The Wondrous (and Dangerous) Beginnings of Modern Philosophy

Reviewed by Peter Lewis ×

Philosophy seem like a dry subject? A tour through its "revolutionary era" in comics format may change your mind. Review by Peter Lewis.
Kate Beaton: Strong Female Characters

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Kate Beaton: Strong Female Characters

A Conversation with Grace Bello ×

The artist behind the "Hark! A Vagrant" strips on being a capitalized Woman in Comics, ponies, walruses, and learning how to write for herself. A conversation with Grace Bello.
Jill Lepore: Of Ruckus and Rumpus

HISTORY

Jill Lepore: Of Ruckus and Rumpus

by Nick Curley ×

"History isn’t a museum store. It’s a junk yard guarded by a fat old dog who’s meaner than hell."

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Tigerman

The Speculator

Tigerman

Reviewed by Paul Di Filippo ×

An army man turned superhero patrols an island recalling Bogart's Casablanca and Burroughs's Interzone.
Building Stories

Reviews & Essays

Building Stories

Reviewed by Mark Athitakis ×

An ambitious graphic novel documents the life of a nameless Chicago woman.

The Sincerest Form of Parody

In the Margin

The Sincerest Form of Parody

Reviewed by Paul Di Filippo ×

When a wild, irreverent, and brash publication named Mad debuted in August 1952, it did so as a standard-issue comic book, employing the traditional format which today has...

The Adventures of Hergé

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The Adventures of Hergé

by James Mustich ×

The brilliant conceit of composing a fresh new biography of Tintin's creator in his own clean-line, graphic novel medium was merely the first stroke of genius by Jose-Louis Bocquet, Jean-Luc...

The Best of Archy and Mehitabel

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The Best of Archy and Mehitabel

by James Mustich ×

The rollicking, ribald, free-verse exploits of alley cat Mehitabel and cockroach-incarnated poet Archy have passed in and out of the public's attention since their debut nearly a century ago,...