May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month, and to celebrate Popverse is collecting all of our coverage that features Asian American creators so we can celebrate their work during the month and throughout the rest of the year too!
From television writing to kids graphic novels, there are stories below for people with any sort of interest in pop culture and comics, but don't let your familiarity (or unfamiliarity) with a work keep you from reading about the wonderful creators and works below.
Without further ado, here are the best stories we've written about (and with) AAPI creators.
- Asian and Asian American graphic novels for kids of all ages
- Elizabeth Ito's City of Ghosts captures overlooked stories of Los Angeles
- Bong Redila highlights the human aspect of a fantasy world in Mëlag
- Jeehyung Lee delves into our own individual Hells in Gumaa: The Beginning of Her
- Popverse Profile: Devaki Neogi on finding comics as a kid, her favorite podcasts, and what's next
- Popverse Profile: Jeremy Holt opens up about identity and finding themself as a comics writer
- Stan Sakai talks about Usagi Yojimbo and Netflix's Samurai Rabbit