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Gluyas Williams: Master of Line and Shape and Subject

A life of the master of the clear line. Continue reading

 

A Look Back at 20 Years of Mankoff’s New Yorker

The Incomparable Mankoff. Continue reading

 

Krazy Love

How George Herriman’s metaphysical comedy evolved.

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Jerry Dumas, Cartoonist and Poet

A remembrance of the longtime daily cartoonist. Continue reading

 

Not Just Another Comics Festival

Our man in Columbus reports from CXC Continue reading

 

Unsung Al Smith, Record-Holding Unknown Cartoonist

Smith, like Jones, is a name so plentiful in English-speaking countries that it achieves virtual invisibility and thereby anonymity. And the only Al Smith who ever broke free of the amorphous mob of Smiths is the one that was a … Continue reading

 

Alex Raymond: Becoming a Cartoonist

An encyclopedic look at the master of fantasy and romance. Continue reading

 

Social Media, Freedom of Speech, and Editorial Cartooning

Ann Telnaes, editorial cartoonist for the Washington Post, discussed recently the implications for her profession of the social media reactions to the notorious “Ted Cruz monkey children” cartoon she drew last December. Continue reading