The holiday had me thinking of this comic by Vanessa Davis on Yom Kippur that gets at the importance of letting things go. (Tablet Magazine has several more pieces by Davis). And the subject line for this post came via another comic by Davis, Jewish Chops (see above) with story by Harvey Pekar.
For more from Davis and Pekar and covering the history of Jewish comics:
Make me a woman / Vanessa Davis – PN6727.D39 M35 2010
Harvey Pekar’s Cleveland / written by Harvey Pekar ; illustrated by Joseph Remnant – PN6727.P44 C54 2012
Jewish images in the comics : a visual history / by Fredrik Strömberg – PN6714 .S77 2012
Jews and American comics : an illustrated history of an American art form / edited by Paul Buhle.- PN6725 .J49 2008
Yiddishkeit : Jewish vernacular & the new land / edited by Harvey Pekar & Paul Buhle, with Hershl Hartman – PN6726 .Y527 2011