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Remembering (and Reliving) the Bombing of Hiroshima With Keiji Nakazawa's 'Barefoot Gen'

Remembering (and Reliving) the Bombing of Hiroshima With Keiji Nakazawa's 'Barefoot Gen'

By Hans Rollman

4 Aug 2017 // 2:30 AM

The seminal manga of Hiroshima's atomic bombing and aftermath remains an essential reminder of the horrors of war and atomic bombs....

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Why It’s Too Late to Let Spider-Man Into the Marvel Cinematic Universe

By Tye Pemberton

25 Jul 2017 // 2:00 AM

The Peter Parker of Homecoming doesn't resemble a superhero so much as an approval-starved, attention-seeking child. ...

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//News

Of Batwomen and Squirrel Girls: Why Comics Are Becoming Increasingly Female>

When C2E2 2017 begins Friday in Chicago, the comic book publishing industry will look much more female than it has been in decades....

'Suicide Squad' Is Sent to Save the Day for Warner Bros.' DC Comics Movies>

TV show 'Lucifer' Is Morbidly Fascinating and Perversely Entertaining>

Fantagraphics Artist Daniel Clowes Takes on Gender Inequality in Comics Establishment>

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Anthologies of Serial Exposure

// Re:Print

"Serial anthologies challenge us to ask what constitutes a comic and consider the possibilities of what they can be.

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