A Cartoonist’s Diary

A Trumped Up Tour

R. Sikoryak hit the road to promote his book. Is the road going to hit back? Continue reading

Ice Cream For Bedwetters

Jerk City, USA

Mike Grell wrote a lot of issues of Green Arrow. But were any of them any good? Let Tegan take the wheel. Continue reading

Hare Tonic

Smokestack Foo-mania: The Life and Notary Sojac of Bill Holman

Holman took madcap comedy, pumped it into a comic strip, Smokey Stover, and punned his way to everlasting infoomy. Continue reading

10 Cent Museum

Where I’m Coming From (Part 1)

The minicomics and zines that shaped the columnist’s aesthetics. Continue reading

A Cartoonist’s Diary

Tom McHenry: Day Five

Getting it together for the office party, facing the Wallace Shawn challenge: it’s been one hell of a week. Continue reading

Mark Campos at the 2012 Short Run Comics & Arts Festival. Photo: James Gill. Framed!

Mark Campos, 1962-2018: Seattle’s Unsung Comics Master Remembered

A tribute to the Seattle cartoonist’s life and work, with remembrances from friends and fellow cartoonists. Continue reading

A Cartoonist’s Diary

Tom McHenry: Day Four

Taking on the frustration of others, doing the bare minimum when dinner rolls around. What’s that? “The Libyans betrayed our cause!” Continue reading

A Cartoonist’s Diary

Tom McHenry: Day Three

Bikes, giving cats medicine, and drinking in those late night conversations about the functions of emotion: welcome to the TenderDome. Continue reading