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Tree001_zpsc6e9065a This Week in Comics

THIS (THESE) (PAST) WEEK(S) IN COMICS! (1/2/13 – All of you remain trapped here with me.)

That sure is a lot of comics piled up. Only the snowbound would have time to read ‘em all. And only the snow plow could afford ‘em. Provided he or she is charging by the flake. Continue reading

 
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We’re All Sorry About The Choices You Made, But I Still Need Fries

Tucker on the controversial Spider-Man 700, and Abhay Khosla on the end of the year news. Continue reading

 
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THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (12/19/12 – Four Hour Power)

Racing into the holiday season before reality sets in! Continue reading

 
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Aidan Koch!

I almost didn’t want to interview Aidan Koch, since so much of the power of her elliptical comics stems from things left unsaid. Continue reading

 
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THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (12/12/12 – Perfect Limit)

Words are abstract. Images are concrete. Together, they form DITKO. Continue reading

 
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Three Kinds of Webcomics I Can’t Believe I’m Not Seeing

Despite all the thousands of webcomics knocking around in the tubes, some genres remain surprisingly underrepresented. Continue reading

 
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I JUST MET YOU AND AM AWARE THAT THIS IS CRAZY

Tucker on the perfect comic, and Abhay on Karen Berger’s departure. Continue reading

 
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John T. McCutcheon, Dean of American Cartoonists: Adventurer and Inventor of the Slow Ball

When The Chicago Tribune was a serious newspaper back in the early 20th Century, it ran a cartoon on the front page, above the fold—every day. And for over 40 years, that cartoon was drawn by John McCutcheon, an unlikely suspect. Continue reading