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Barefoot In Hiroshima
With its powerful anti-nuclear and anti-war message, would Barefoot Gen be published in the Japan of today? More...
Posted: August 5, 2015
World War One In Comics:
Tardi on Mills, Mills on Tardi
Vital understanding of The Great War from the French graphic novelist & the British comics writer. More...
Posted: November 6, 2014
Goddamn This War!
In Tardi's ongoing oeuvre, the unlearnt lessons of war after war have rarely been so forcefully communicated. More...
Posted: August 4, 2014
PG Tips No.38:
Graphic Novels & Memoirs Round-Up
My reviews of Seconds, Through The Woods, Fatherland, Probably Nothing, How The World Was & To End All Wars. More...
Posted: August 2, 2014
Making Comics & Making Peace
Born in Canada, raised in Yugoslavia, Bunjevac uses comics to confront her issues about her father's death. More...
Posted: January 6, 2013
From Witness To Historian
How have his narrative techniques and personal motivations evolved in his reportage comics? More...
Posted: December 18, 2011
Comics & Conflicts:
Comics Go To War
A conference and activities day explore how comics represent the experience of war and conflict. More...
Posted: August 9, 2011
Reinforcing The Military's Propaganda Machine?
A faded 60s war comic proves to be a time capsule of its era and a mirror reflecting onto our own. More...
Posted: July 4, 2010
Waltz With Basir:
A Lebanon War Story
The frontiers between documentary films and documentary comics are blurring in provocative ways. More...
Posted: November 10, 2008
Maus vs Yossel:
Battle Of The Books
Both books tackle the subject of the Holocaust. Which book should be first on your reading list? More...
Posted: May 4, 2008