Here at SMITH, we have a passion for comics that explore personal narratives. Since our inception, we have produced original Web comics to serialize online.
A true story told in 14 parts about six different people — Leo & Michelle, Denise, Hamid, Kevin, and the Doctor — who escape and survive Hurricane Katrina.
Harvey Pekar has teamed with SMITH and four remarkable artists — Tara Seibel, Joseph Remnant, Rick Parker, and Sean Pryor — to create his first ongoing webcomic series. New stories appear every other week, with interviews, creator spotlights, and behind-the-scenes goodies. Follow the Pekar Project on Twitter to tweets from Harvey.
For better, and more often for worse, we all live next to someone. And we all have a Next-Door Neighbor story. We've asked some of our favorite storytellers and cartoonists tell their favorite NDN stories, and collected them here.
Graphic Therapy: Notes from the Gap Years is the illustrated diary of a single Jewish artist making her own way through life, work, and psychoanalysis.
The year is 2011. The global war on terror is raging out of control. When a suicide bomber blows a Brooklyn Starbucks to bits, videoblogger Jimmy Burns is in the right place at the right time. His dramatic footage is picked up by Global News and Burns is transformed into an overnight media sensation. But Burns' greatest dream – to become a war correspondent – quickly becomes his greatest nightmare. Nominated for an Eisner. Now a full-color 192-page hardcover graphic novel from Grand Central Publishing.
A totally raw comic strip about home birth, complete with shit and placenta, hatred and love, Facebook, The Daily Show, and hot naked photos of the majorly pregnant author. We thought you'd like that.