We speak with the collective behind Ordinary Superheroes, a social initiative that aims to rethink the perception of heroism through graphic novels.
Why don’t fortune tellers play the lottery? Tyla Mason lets us into her head on sleepless nights.
Ushering in a new age of superheroes, Vortex Comics tells stories unique to the African continent. We chat with the company’s founder Somto Ajuluchukwu.
Mix equal parts creepy and cool and you’ve got Shaun Hill’s new comic for 10and5, telling a twisted tale of pinky fingers and weird concoctions.
Anja Venter’s badass babes are ready to wreak havoc on the patriarchy, sporting slogans like “Legalize Tits” and “Pro-Voice Club” on their clothing.
Three heads are better than one…until they turn against each other. Lady Skollie contrasts egotism, compassion and living for the likes in this new comic.
This beautifully hand drawn comic tells the story of Italy’s most adored and enigmatic clown, Vespucci, who longed to reveal his true identity.
Hugh Upsher shows us how to go from art graduate to bartender (and deal with heaps of unhelpful advice) in this comic.
Karlien de Villiers’ work is playful and irreverent with a gloriously dark subtext. But beneath her child-like style there’s a great depth of insight.
For the love of print, we’ve compiled a list of 15 indie publications and hand made zines celebrating local creativity.
Roberto Millan is a Cape Town based illustrator, cartoonist and picture book artist. His portfolio is jam-packed with everything from miniature neck pendant comic books to children’s books, scientific illustrations and illustrated manuals.