Check out Be Heard! by cartoonist Kai Texel
As millions of American students assert their First Amendment rights in protests across the country, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and National Coalition Against Censorship are here to help protect students’ rights and we at Papercutz are more than happy to help them spread the message. Be Heard! is a free comic by cartoonist Kai Texel that outlines best practices to help kids assert their rights to speech, protest, assembly, and petition, warns about risks, and provides resources to get more help. Read Be Heard! here and share it freely and broadly!
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The entire team at Papercutz would like to wish you and yours Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year! We can’t wait to share more exciting news and amazing graphic novels with you in 2018!!
DreamWorks and Netflix team up to debut six original shows for 2018, and among the firsts, premiering on January 18, is Trolls: The Beat Goes On. The series will pick up where the film left off, continuing the adventures of Poppy, Branch, and all the Troll Village.
TROLLS, the graphic novel series written by Dave Scheidt and illustrated by Kathryn Hudson, provides the backstory for Dreamworks’ Fall 2016 blockbuster film. Who are the Trolls? Who are the Bergens? Why is there one Troll who isn’t happy like all the other Trolls? And why does this Troll know more about the Bergens than any other Troll? Find out more about Poppy and Branch in this all-new collection of stories.
Volumes 1 through 3 are available now! The fourth installment releases January 23. Start reading TROLLS today and get caught up just in time for Netflix’s release of Trolls: The Beat Goes On!
From our sister site, Super Genius Comics, The Wendy Project is a heart-gripping tale about a young girl dealing with the guilt and loss of her brother. Released in July 2017, the comic has garnered attention from The School Library Journal, Publisher’s Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, and more. Now, The New York Times weighs in with its review.
Fish draws Wendy’s actual surroundings in jagged, splintery black lines and gray wash. Wherever the “Peter Pan” fantasy turns up, though, her artwork blooms into color, suffusing Wendy’s dreams of Neverland and tinging the elements of the real world that she’s charged with her hopeful imaginings. […] Fish’s inventive, dramatic staging is striking in its own right.
Read the whole article on The New York Times, and pick up your copy of The Wendy Project today. Available on ComiXology as well!