• Mimi Pond’s The Customer is Always Wrong is Just Right

    Mimi Pond’s The Customer is Always Wrong is Just Right0

    The Customer is Always Wrong Mimi Pond (Writer and Artist) Drawn & Quarterly August 9th, 2017 Mimi Pond’s The Customer is Always Wrong captures that time of carefree youth, when everything seems to last forever and yet, with a creeping certainty, the consequences of one’s actions are slowly making their first marks. The graphic novel presents

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  • Women Making Comics: Katie Green on the Power of Autobiographical Comics

    Women Making Comics: Katie Green on the Power of Autobiographical Comics0

    This article contains references to eating disorders and sexual abuse. Katie Green is an artist based in the south west of the UK. She creates comics and zines, as well as designing craft projects and knitting patterns. With her latest book, Lighter Than My Shadow, she chronicles her struggle with—and recovery from—eating disorders and sexual

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  • Colour in Thi Bui’s “The Best We Could Do”

    Colour in Thi Bui’s “The Best We Could Do”0

    The endpapers of Thi Buy’s The Best We Could Do are coloured in a wash of a sky blue hue, and depict a beach scene: shells of several sizes are scattered about, along with a pair of sandals. The effect of the opening endpapers, to which the reader turns from the cover image of a

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