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A Cartoonist’s Diary

Chris Kuzma: Day Three

The tighter one grips, the more likely chaos is to ensue. Allow Chris Kuzma to walk you through his experience of the stated truism, in today’s installment of his Cartoonist Diary! Continue reading

 
Common Currency

Dominique Goblet and the Architecture of Self

The Belgian artist is among the most empathetic of artists working in the comics form, with each project pushing further the boundaries of interpersonal hermeneutics. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Chris Kuzma: Day Two

Is the glass half-empty? Is it half-full? Today, Chris Kuzma is throwing that question out at you with a quality social time twist. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Chris Kuzma: Day One

This week, we’ll be joined by Chris Kuzma. In today’s installment, he’s on the hunt for a technological marvel, and won’t be stopped by panel borders. Continue reading

 
Fiffe Files

OVERWORD 5 · Mark Gruenwald

Michel Fiffe’s OVERWORD series draws to a close with a long look at Mark Gruenwald’s impact–professional and personal. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

AJ Dungo: Day Five

Closing out the week the way it began–by getting out the door and taking a chance. Today, AJ paints. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

AJ Dungo: Day Four

There’s more than one way to grieve, and there’s no way to do it wrong: but there’s definitely poetic methods, and often, that’s the way you should go. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

AJ Dungo: Day Three

We had to cut the panel where AJ said “easier said than done, pal”–it just seemed to on the nose. Continue reading