Monthly Archives: March 2012

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An Interview with MoCCA Founder Lawrence Klein

How the museum has been able to survive, why building a permanent collect has not been a high priority, and why Klein left the museum and New York. Continue reading

 
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Sputtering

More on MoCCA, Tucker Stone returns, and a can’t-miss Ben Katchor interview. Continue reading

 
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AVX 2NITE, AVX 4LIFE

Archie, Cerebus, and Young Blueberry take their places (and their marks) alongside the Avengers and the Flash. Continue reading

 
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State of the Art Museum: What MoCCA Has Accomplished and Failed to Accomplish After Ten Years

For better or worse, MoCCA is the high-water mark for the level of respectability that comic art has been able to carve out for itself in its home town. Continue reading

 
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It’s Happening

MoCCA, NYC, Raw drawing and a Midwestern report. Continue reading

 
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Mo’ Art, Mo’ Problems

Terminology Continue reading

 
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Craig Thompson

This time around, Mike talks to the creator of Habibi and Blankets. Continue reading

 
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THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (3/28/12 – The Secret Life of a Licensed Comic)

A few words about the human element in manufactured fun. Continue reading