By Matt Peters After it debuted in 1996, Tribal Force became a bit of a paradox. The comic was meant to be a series, but after its first issue, subsequent issues never appeared. The title faced a variety of setbacks that left its future uncertain, but even so, it went on to have an influence far beyond its modest run. As the first comic book to feature a team made entirely of Native American superheroes, it became a precursor among comics and graphic novels by and about indigenous people, and it eventually garnered the attention of the Smithsonian Institution…. Read More
What’s So Funny? A Cartoonist’s Memoir is one long therapy session or twenty-six sessions (aka, chapters). It includes 107 drawn illustrations, mostly the author’s single panel cartoons from The New Yorker, and a few family photographs. I highly recommend this work for its honesty, portrayal of some inner working of this cartoonist, and serious and not-so-serious laughs.