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c A Cartoonist’s Diary

Kayla E.: Day 3

Bad vibes! Continue reading

 
b A Cartoonist’s Diary

Kayla E.: Day 2

Neighbors! Continue reading

 
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THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (9/24/14 – Free Weekly)

Took me one day to recover from SPX, but I *still* haven’t recovered from SPX reportage. Continue reading

 
a A Cartoonist’s Diary

Kayla E.: Day 1

Things to do today. Continue reading

 
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THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (9/17/14 – Between Events)

The dam bursts on the conflict of interest reservoir. Continue reading

 
Man-Cat by Eric Haven Symbol Reader

Internal Combustion

Blood sacrifices are made to appease the inescapable id in comics by Grant Snider, Sophie Franz, Eric Haven, and Luke Howard. Continue reading

 
ARCHIE Grid

2014: New Comics, Old Problems

A generally positive TCJ columnist goes negative, finding something wrong with five recently-released comics: Seconds, Vertigo Quarterly, Ragnarớk, The Death of Archie, and Multiversity. He also answers the question: “Who is the best American-comics-influenced British writer?” Continue reading

 
oop0 Framed!

The Precisely Rendered Blam: Alley Oop in 1939

It was the Dr. Who of the 1940s, a comic strip that traveled though history with verve and panache — not to mention lots of wisecracks. Only, instead of charming, eccentrically dressed Englishmen wielding sonic screwdrivers, there was a practically naked caveman with a stone ax. Continue reading