Dr. Seuss: a 20th century cultural phenomenon

Dr. Seuss: a 20th century cultural phenomenon

We at Learn To Read Comics love Dr. Seuss! Theodor Seuss Geisel wrote and illustrated hundreds of children’s books, despite having no children of his own. His illustrations and artworks are collectible, some paintings and drawings of which are very rare.

Batman: Choose Your Own Adventure

Batman: Choose Your Own Adventure

‘Batman: Death in the Family’ by Warner Brothers Animation lets viewers decide Robin’s fate interactively by allowing the viewer to make choices in wildly different directions, to the point where it feels like a distinct experience watching each version and its various forks in the road. The interactivity is a wonderful, fun and inventive, gimmick.

New Donation!

New Donation!

My name is David Verdiner and I am the President of Learn To Read Comics, Inc. (www.LearnToReadComics.org) We are a non-profit located in Los Angeles, California, and we give away comics, writing and other reading materials to at-risk students through their schools...
August’s Word of the Month: Biomorph!

August’s Word of the Month: Biomorph!

bi·o·morph
/ˈbī-o-môrf/
noun
A painted, drawn, or sculptured free form or design suggestive in shape of a living organism, especially an amoeba or protozoan.