Books Chris Ware Books by Chris Ware Chris Ware has written books about: Fiction Comics & Graphic Novels Historical Fiction Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email NPR stories about Chris Ware Author Interviews In 'Rusty Brown,' Chris Ware Resolves To Find The Good In Everyone September 28, 2019 Ware's new graphic novel follows six extremely ordinary people — a teacher, a bully, a father — and meditates on the significance of their everyday actions, and the webs of connection between them. Summer Reader Poll 2017: Comics And Graphic Novels Let's Get Graphic: 100 Favorite Comics And Graphic Novels July 12, 2017 We asked readers to name their favorite comics and graphic novels, and we got thousands of answers. Now, with the help of our expert panel, we've curated a list to keep you flipping pages all summer. Review Book Reviews A Charming Road Trip To The Past In 'Walt Before Skeezix' June 10, 2014 Comics fans and car buffs alike will enjoy Drawn & Quarterly's new collection of early Gasoline Alley strips, which capture an America at the dawn of its national love affair with the automobile. Review Critics' Lists: Summer 2013 The Funny (Touching, Fascinating) Pages: 5 Comics For Summer June 18, 2013 When's the last time you read a comic book? Here are five for summer, covering everything from tiny Finnish critters to Viennese punk rockers and musings on Anna Wintour. Writer Myla Goldberg says they represent a golden age in comic art. Review Best Books Of 2012 10 Eye-Catching Reads For The Book Lover On Your List December 11, 2012 Gift books should be special: arrestingly visual, deeply felt, quirky, comprehensive, important. We've combed the shelves to bring you several such suggestions, guaranteed to put a sparkle in the eyes of any big reader. Review Book Reviews Bits Of Beauty Amidst The Gloom In 'Building Stories' October 9, 2012 Graphic novelist Chris Ware's latest, Building Stories, is a collection in many formats, following the (mostly) sad and lonely lives of the inhabitants of a Chicago brownstone. But reviewer Glen Weldon says the work is colorful, intricate and ultimately beautiful.