Sometimes we forget that talking about the Holocaust is a relatively new thing for most Americans.
Batwoman will be an out lesbian who identifies as Jewish and works as a street fighter to bring justice to the people.
Fresh off directing the major undertaking “A Wrinkle In Time,” DuVernay is turning to comics.
DC Comics’ newest writer says that the choices he has made for his new Superman series are “deeply connected to [the character’s] origins.
If it looks like a bagel…
“I divorced myself from Jewish part of my parents. I was unappreciative of it — a dreadful daughter.”
Not everybody reads The New Yorker, but the magazine’s distinctive comic style is still widely known and emulated
Gary Cherkassky’s grandmother, who is 80 years old, isn’t on Facebook or Instagram. She doesn’t even have a smartphone. But if you are a Russian Jew, chances are you’ve probably heard what she has to say somewhere on the internet.
Long before Art Spiegelman’s “Maus,” artists were using comics to describe the horrors of the Holocaust. But was that kosher?
For those who want a real life superhero, “Simon Says: Nazi Hunter” may be your comic book answer.