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Turning Away From Reality: Seth’s Clyde Fans

“Seth’s skill and talent is not up for debate any longer. We must instead move on to the implication of what he is trying to say, the only way to engage with an artist of consequence.” In the latest installment of 10 Cent Museum, Austin English examines Clyde Fans. Continue reading

 
Ice Cream For Bedwetters

Shut Up ‘n Play Yer Guitar

Tegan thought she was done, but then Todd McFarlane reprinted a bunch of issues of Spawn tie-in comics, and so she’s back. With a movie pitch! Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Nate McDonough: Day Five

On his last day, Nate McDonough turns his Cartoonist’s lens onto the Diary process itself–well his courageous eye like what it sees, or will he blink? Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Nate McDonough: Day Four

You never know what random crap you say is gonna turn up after they put you in the ground: so choose that stuff wisely, hoss! Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Nate McDonough: Day Three

Clocking in has its own challenges, but otherwise, Nate’s work day turns out quite like most of ’em. But swapping Sons of Anarchy out for Downton Abbey? That’s a choice, pal! Continue reading

 
High-Low

Welcome to Paradise Systems

R. Orion Martin (with kuš!) has helped translate and publish a number of underground Chinese comics artists, which American alternative comics readers will find familiar in subject matter, but strange and original in tone and approach. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Nate McDonough: Day Two

Nate’s morning ramble through the backissue market concludes with an explanation of the difficulties inherent in getting Coors Light to the people. Cartoonist? Meet diary! Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

Nate McDonough: Day One

Nate McDonough opens today’s latest Cartoonist’s Diary with all the varied modes of travel: walking, biking, running, bussing. Also: dogs! Continue reading