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High-Low

Best Of The Fests

Rob Clough takes a look at mini-comics from Kayla E., Sam Sharpe, Hyena Hell, Haleigh Buck and more in a column he’s calling a return “to the roots” of High-Low! Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Michael Comeau: Day Five

In today’s final installment in Michael Comeau’s Diary, we are given a lens into the degradation–moral, physical and environmental–that Coca Cola brings to the world. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Michael Comeau: Day Four

In today’s Cartoonist’s Diary, Michael Comeau is talking skateboarding, and how it applies to absolutely everything that is or is not skateboarding. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Michael Comeau: Day Three

In today’s installment of Michael Comeau’s Cartoonist Diary, it’s time to talk relationships. Some might say “TMI”. To those people, we say: GTFO! Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Michael Comeau: Day Two

Michael discusses drumming, language reclamation, and the familial bonds created within a band. It’s Diary Day Two! Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Michael Comeau: Day One

A new diary begins, and in day one we’re introduced to Michael Comeau’s impersonation of Encyclopedia Brown, which goes well with his coworker Julie, who makes a Rowdy Roddy Piper reference. Continue reading

 
Listen to Me

Come in from the Cold: Gou Tanabe’s At the Mountains of Madness and the Comics Adaptations of H.P. Lovecraft

Tom Shapira runs through some of the many comics adaptations of H.P. Lovecraft’s writing with an aim towards crowning one with the title of Number One. Continue reading

 
Framed!

Ominous Absurdity From “The Pits of Hell” by Ebisu Yoshikazu

This collection of surreal and savage manga stories drawn in a naïve art style vibrates on my bookshelf and issues forth the sounds of thumping pachinko machines, clattering speedboat motors and roars of rage so intense there is no doubt in my mind they have the power to rip my head off. Continue reading