Category: Comics

Previously on Comics: Okay, Sure

Hey, what a week, right? I’m kidding, I have no idea, because I’m losing all concept of time. If you wanna read about some bros being bros and dudes rocking it up, there’s an interview in the Atlantic. Gina Gagliano is moving on from Random House Graphics, the imprint she founded two years ago. Her…

REVIEW: Closing the Gaps in Queer Storytelling in Stone Fruit by Lee Lai

Lee Lai’s debut graphic novel Stone Fruit follows an overworked thirty-something named Ray as she ends her relationship with her girlfriend Bron and rekindles her friendship with her sister Amanda. Ray and Bron were at their most loving and creative while babysitting Amanda’s energetic six-year-old daughter Nessie, but they’ve drifted apart as their differences become…