An excerpt from George Takei’s graphic novel “They Called Us Enemy.”
Stuck at home and sick of watching the same old stuff? The highly inventive and spiritually minded “The Midnight Gospel” (Netflix) is definitely not that.
Zen-inspired cartoonist, graphic novelist, and educator Lynda Barry is one of the 2019 fellows of the MacArthur Foundation.
In his graphic novel, Dream in Thin Air, Michael Nybrandt explains how he started the Tibet National Football Team to help the Tibetan people showcase their national pride.
Comic artist John Porcellino tells Lauria Galbraith how Zen has inspired his comics and helped him through hard times.
A new story from Marvel shows a very different Wolverine, who cultivates non-violence and compassion.
Sam Moore on the Buddhist superhero’s trope-packed new Netflix series.
It’s fun! It’s visionary! It features Donald Trump as Yama Raja, the Lord of Death. It’s “The Comic Bardo Thodol” (aka The Tibetan Book of the Dead), as created and executed by writer/artist Thomas Scoville. How nice to see it making the rounds online again, since it’s now been posted on UltraCulture.org. It first surfaced […]
More than thirty years ago, famed comics auteur Alan Moore put a Buddhist spin on DC Comics’ Swamp Thing.
Much of Doctor Strange takes place in a highly mythical version of Tibet mashed up with other Asian cultures. So, how will the film deal with this?