A Cartoonist’s Diary

Sarah Horrocks: Day Four

If you only read one comic featuring a concise critique of backseat coaching today, then you probably read this one: it’s Sarah Horrocks, Day Four! Continue reading

Event Horizon

More Realistic than the Sane Guys?

In his first example of the “Event” comics, cartoonist and publisher Tom Kaczynski looks at Ted McKeever’s Eddy Current, from 1987. Continue reading

A Cartoonist’s Diary

Sarah Horrocks: Day Three

Finding an emotional echo within the work of action based entertainment, pouring inspiration into creation: Day 3 is here. Continue reading

A Cartoonist’s Diary

Sarah Horrocks: Day Two

The best part of drawing comics is the part where you have to…pack a bunch of envelopes? Ya heard, it’s true, Day 2: Sarah tells it like it is, in today’s television criticism heavy installment. Continue reading

A Cartoonist’s Diary

Sarah Horrocks: Day One

Music criticism, donut questions and the Temple of the Golden Pavilion: it’s a heady stew that goes into Sarah’s melting pot, here at Day One of her Cartoonist’s Diary! Continue reading

Retail Therapy

Mission: Comics & Art

In this installment of Retail Therapy, Leef Smith talks about what it takes to stand out and succeed in comics retail. Continue reading

10 Cent Museum

Simplify, Stupid

Does Will Eisner really deserve so much more respect than Don Martin and Dave Berg? Continue reading

Comic Book Decalogue

Episode 30: Laura Lannes

The cartoonist behind By Monday I’ll Be Floating in the Hudson with the Other Garbage and the upcoming John, Dear discusses Laerte, Puiupo, and Sarah Manguso, as well as the uses–and perils–of humor in art. Continue reading