Mark Peters

Mark Peters is a freelance writer from Chicago. He writes jokes on Twitter and is a columnist for Visual Thesaurus and McSweeney's. He is the author of "Bullshit: A Lexicon."

A chameleon-like artist has created the best damn Trump satire Mark Peters
"Poppies of Iraq" chronicles a young girl's life growing up in Mosul Mark Peters
Labor Day heroes: The 7 most pro-union comic books ever made Mark Peters
One of the best examinations of race in comics is a bonkers comic about a prison for giant monsters Mark Peters
Why D.C.'s escape artist Mister Miracle is the hero we need right now Mark Peters
A collection of anti-Nazi comic book covers from the 1940s is one of the most relevant books of the year Mark Peters
Hey Marvel, please don’t take away female Thor’s hammer Mark Peters
Weaving architecture, history and social justice together, Chicago is imagined anew in "No Small Plans" Mark Peters
Nick Fury's journey from World War II hero, to '60s spy, to black movie star Mark Peters
One of comics' best writers is a former CIA agent Mark Peters
Why 2017 is the year of Jack Kirby, comics' most influential creator Mark Peters
Today's best superhero comic is a self-published one-person masterwork Mark Peters
It's time to recognize Wonder Woman's forgotten co-creator Mark Peters
Forget superheroes: True-life graphic novel "Hostage" defines bravery Mark Peters
The most regrettable comic book villains and who they resemble in the Trump administration Mark Peters