Here’s a round up of some of the best comics we’ve seen online recently. If we missed something, let us know in the comments below.
How do you dress for a protest, and what should you bring? Ben Passmore shares some tips in this piece for the New York Times’ “Diary Project.”
Here’s one that’s not to be missed — at The Nib, Matt Bors interviews Ta-Nehisi Coates, and it’s drawn by Ezra Claytan Daniels.
In this comic for Now Toronto, Jon Olbey pays tribute to Congressman John Lewis, March and other comics by “Black visionaries and freedom fighters.”
Paul Guinan has worked on a number of comics over the years, including DC’s Chronos and the science fiction comic Heartbreakers. He currently has a webcomic up his site Big Red Hair called Aztec Empire, which he wrote and is drawn by David Hahn. It “recounts the dramatic fall of the mightiest empire in the Americas, only three years after the arrival of strangers from another world.” Guinan put a lot of research into the series, which was nominated for an Eisner back in 2018.
Finally, speaking of the Eisners, this year’s winner in the webcomics category was Fried Rice by Erica Eng. If you have not checked it out, you can find it on Tumblr.