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Comics of the Weak

I JUST MET YOU AND AM AWARE THAT THIS IS CRAZY

Tucker on the perfect comic, and Abhay on Karen Berger’s departure. Continue reading

 
Hare Tonic

John T. McCutcheon, Dean of American Cartoonists: Adventurer and Inventor of the Slow Ball

When The Chicago Tribune was a serious newspaper back in the early 20th Century, it ran a cartoon on the front page, above the fold—every day. And for over 40 years, that cartoon was drawn by John McCutcheon, an unlikely suspect. Continue reading

 
This Week in Comics

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (12/5/12 – Why Does Herr Moore Run Amok?)

Not many comics catching my eye this week, which means we’re GOING TO THE MOVIES ON THE INTERNET!! Continue reading

 
Comics of the Weak

Things Don’t Look So Bright And Chummy Round Here

Tucker Stone actually likes a lot of comics this week, and Abhay Khosla takes sides in the Alan Moore/Grant Morrison “feud.” Continue reading

 
This Week in Comics

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (11/28/12 – Fall Wind Blowing)

An inordinate amount of British interest this week, as Americans return to work facing short days and slick roads. Continue reading

 
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Secret Loves: A Short History of Two Panels in Charles Burns’s The Hive

Mind-blowing kisses, bitter tears, manic desperation, luxurious eyebrows, and comic book history in Charles Burns’s new graphic novel. Continue reading

 
This Week in Comics

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (11/21/12 – The Flower of My Secret)

Dispatches from an unknown comics scene, plus picks of the immediate litter. Continue reading

 
Comics of the Weak

Fresh Flesh For The Fleshrender

Whoa, things get intense. Tony Harris, 2000 AD, and lots of anger. Continue reading