Interview: 15-year-old Stephen Nyberg, has written, drawn, and self-published a comic book, Chet Chetterson’s Adventures Book 1: Diets Are Doom.
Interview: Tech Times profiles 10-year-old comics creator Sasha Matthews.
News: The LA Times cut ties last month with Rall, a freelance political cartoonist, after finding “inconsistencies” in an account he wrote for one of the newspaper’s blogs about being stopped in 2001 for jaywalking.
Reviews: Zainab Akhtar on two from Inio Asano. Rob Clough on Let Me Be Frank. Mark Dickson on Zodiac Starforce #1. Leroy Douresseaux on Blue Exorcist Vol. 13. Garrett Gottschalk on Harvey Kurtzman's Jungle Book. Jessica Lamarre on Bee And Puppycat Vol. 1. Beth Rogers on The Borgias.
Reviews: Jeffrey L. Wilson reviews the Android version of Farrago Comics, a free, ad-supported digital comics service.
Are Americans falling in love with censorship?
The Chicago Tribune profiles Jessica Campbell, Aaron Renier and their library.
Christian Ward writes about moving from traditional page-making and into digital.
Dan Merritt of Green Brain Comics in Dearborn, Michigan, talks about the store, which places an emphasis on being welcoming to a diverse audience, and the events they are involved in, including Comique Con and the Kids Read Comics convention.
Here's a reminiscence of the post-war era for magazine illustration.
Katie Skelly is selling a digital version of her Nurse Nurse for $5
Michael Cavna picks out a few Hillary Clinton cartoons that he likes.
Shaenon Garrity writes in brief fashion about Peter Bagge's work with Marvel superhero comics.