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A Cartoonist’s Diary

Melanie Gillman: Day Eight

The history that surrounds is one of extreme change, but it often requires a tour guide to decipher the signs. Melanie Gillman has a good one! Continue reading

 
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Melanie Gillman: Day Seven

It’s not all turkeys, coyotes and good dogs out there in the mesa–things can get positively reptilian, and often in the most unexpected places. Continue reading

 
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Melanie Gillman: Day Six

In the neverending battle between bird and coyote, one laughing avian has them all figured out. Continue reading

 
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Melanie Gillman: Day Five

You can get a patent on anything, it would seem: but that’s what you SHOULD do when you find something that works 100% of the time! Continue reading

 
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Melanie Gillman: Day Four

If you don’t feel it in the gut when you read “it’ll be worth it”, than pal, you might want to head back to the soul factory and ask for a replacement. The one you got is broken. Continue reading

 
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Melanie Gillman: Day Three

“You there, what day is this?”, Scrooge asked, leaning out his window. “It’s the day you get to meet an amazing dog”, said Melanie Gillman. Continue reading

 
Visual Pleasures

A Dialectic Approach to Comics Form

How many of the most fundamental formal aspects of comics constitute dialectical relationships. Continue reading

 
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Melanie Gillman: Day Two

Sometimes, you can open your window and tell your caterwauling neighbors to keep it down. Other times? Best to leave things alone and count to ten. Continue reading