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Excerpt: The Silent Invasion

Thanks to NBM, we’re pleased to share a look at the new edition of The Silent Invasion: Red Shadows, by Michael Cherkas & Larry Hancock. Continue reading

 
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Norm Breyfogle: 1960-2018

A long look at the career of one of the most recognizable and beloved Batman artists of the modern age, Norm Breyfogle, who passed away on Monday, September 24th. Continue reading

 

The Inkwell, Continued: “All Ye Who Enter Herein Leave All Dopes Behind”

Back to The Inkwell, a now-forgotten postwar New York establishment that once catered to the cartooning elite, including Caniff, Soglow, Gross, Bushmiller, and many more. Continue reading

 

“I’m Well Past the Point Where I Need Comics to Love Me Back”: An Interview with Joe Casey & Ian MacEwan

Sean Witzke in conversation with writer Joe Casey and artist Ian MacEwan about the nitty gritty of career building, the processing of influence and their new comics collaboration, MCMLXXV. Continue reading

 

The Inkwell: “Dan O’Connor’s Bar, Grill, and School of Higher Journalism and Car-toonacy”

A look back at The Inkwell, a now-forgotten postwar New York establishment that once catered to the cartooning elite, including Caniff, Soglow, Gross, Bushmiller, and many more. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Ghost Queen

An exclusive excerpt from Britt Wilson’s new Elsewhere graphic novel, Ghost Queen, courtesy of Koyama Press! Continue reading

 

Jason Lutes’ Berlin #1

This review by Christopher Brayshaw was originally published in The Comics Journal #187 (May 1996). Continue reading

 

“It’s an Ideal Moment”: An Interview with Frederick Aldama

Frederick Aldama is an Arts and Humanities Distinguished Professor at Ohio State University where he is the founder and director of LASER, the Latino and Latin American Space for Enrichment Research, and the founder and co-director of Humanities and Cognitive … Continue reading