COCORICO! Charlie Hebdo’s Coco Tackles Plato

The Charlie Hebdo cartoonist tried her hand at a graphic novel adaptation of Plato, the end result runs at Paris’ Galerie Art-Maniak through 14 March. Cynthia Rose is here to catch up those of us with travel restrictions. Continue reading


Russ Cochran: 1937-2020

The well known publisher and comics collector has passed away. Steve Ringgenberg takes a look at his history making sure the world always had access to some of the most influential American comics. Continue reading


I Fell Down a Steve Canyon Rabbit Hole

Buying a complete set of Steve Canyon strips by Milton Caniff leads to a seven-year journey of comics obsession. There’s no place better. Continue reading


Caught You Looking for the Same Thing (This Week’s Links)

The latest updates in comics news, comics blues, and comics moves: need to know what’s going on with Hollywood Chuck? Ryan has you covered! Continue reading


Nick Cuti 1944-2020

A look back at the life of the prolific comics creator, editor and animator, who passed away last week. Continue reading


“I Wanted The Opposite Of A Style”: An Interview With Jon J. Muth

Jon J. Muth–the only human artist who can lay claim to both winning a Caldecott and illustrating a memorable comic book featuring Havok–describes what drew him to the work of Stanislaw Lem for his 2019 book, The Seventh Voyage. Continue reading


Simple Words Just Don’t Move Me (This Week’s Links)

Ryan went to the mattresses this week…but not to hide from the New York boys! Now, he went to the mattresses, pulled them up, found the comics news, and returned in style. It’s linking time! Continue reading


Setting An Antitype

An exploration of risograph printing inspired by a visit to Amsterdam’s AGA LAB. Continue reading