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The Best Comics of 2019

Comics Journal contributors chime in with their favorite comics, artists and reads from the year that was: 2019. Continue reading

 

My Agenda’s Got A Different Twirl (This Week’s Links)

The sands of time may fall through the webbings of your fingers, but the sands of comics news won’t…for Ryan Flanders, who has hands similar to the feet of an American duck, allowing the granules of comics news to stick, for future linking. That future is now! Continue reading

 

“It’s Not A Slam-Bang-Action-So-Quiet”: An Interview with Cliff Chiang and Brian K. Vaughan

Upon the eve of its conclusion, Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang discuss the history behind their Paper Girls series, and no nuts, bolts, warts, or feelings are left behind. Continue reading

 

Ming! Ming! Ming!

Sexton Ming and J.T. Dockery’s 15-years-in-the-making collaboration, Kenttucky Pussy, made its way into the world via Nix Comix, earlier this year. Bob Levin took the trip, and he’s recovered enough to explain. Continue reading

 

Nobody’s Muse (This Week’s Links)

Here’s thirty items to peruse on your way to the airport. Which one of them will reveal Ryan’s lust for Friday The 13th related humor? Continue reading

 

Re-Writing the Revolution: In Conversation with Jesús Cossio and Carla Sagástegui

The Peruvian duo discuss their latest work, Ya nadie te sacará de tu tierra, and the role of comics in political discourse. Continue reading

 

Moomin: The Art and The Story: The Moomins Go To Japan

When the curator of Santa Rosa’s Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center finds a giant exhibition of Moomin artwork winding its way through Japan, you better believe he’s going to document the experience for those of us without the frequent flier miles. Continue reading

 

Serious as a Snake Bite: A Meeting With Robert Williams

Chris Platt spent the day with Robert Williams, and he came away with his mind thoroughly blast-sanded. You’ll want to be prepared yourself, just like the Scouts of old. Continue reading