Monthly Archives: April 2014

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (4/30/14 – I am away from home but I haven’t forgotten you, my sweetest, sweetest thing.)

I LOVE YOU, UM SORRY THE COLUMN IS LATE!! Continue reading

 

Grazing Fees

Has Joe fallen in with a bad crowd? Clough on Skelly. Continue reading

 

Legit?

Hey Joe. Continue reading

 

Women and Autobio Comics Roundtable

Ellen Forney, Megan Kelso and Raina Telgemeier, in a loosely themed women-and-autobio-and-literary comics discussion, talk about accessibility / virtuosity, reaching their audience, and comics as a “language.” Continue reading

 

Off to the Zoo

A week’s worth of reading. Continue reading

 

Ron Regé, Jr.’s Diana

The artist answers some questions about his latest work. Continue reading

 

The Seattle Undergound Comics Scene is Alive and Oozing

Seattle has a new underground comics scene. One is tempted to say “again,” recalling the boom of the 1990s with Peter Bagge, Jim Woodring, and the like. More accurately, the scene has endured. Continue reading

 

Jive

In which I discuss the Eisner Award for Stupidest Press Release of 2014. Continue reading