Highlighting odd, personal details of survival while encapsulating narratives through the medium of cartoons, Neufeld’s latest chronicles lived experiences with journalistic responsibility.
When Teachers in Comic Books Get More Than a Thought Bubble, Watch Out for an Identity Crisis
Comic characters like Ms. Grundy of Riverdale High, and Johnny Thunder (alias Mr. Tane), offer a valuable look at how teachers navigate mainstream cultural assumptions about teaching.
Dennis the Menace: The Influence of This 70-Year-old on Everything From Darts To Raves
Cartoon character Dennis the Menace has had more influence on society than you might think.
Political Cartoons: Ink Blots Speaking for the Common Man
Despite fears of legal action, cartoonists are producing more work mocking the government because neither the cartoonists nor the readers have lost their sense of humour.
Weird Tales and Hobbits: How Fantasy Art Became Popular
Fantastical creatures have been featured on canvas for centuries.
This Young Woman Created 784 Paintings While Hiding From the Nazis
Charlotte Salomon's dizzying work of hope and creativity amid destruction and despair, is a moving early example of the contemporary graphic novel.