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A plagiarized and altered cartoon leads to a new discovery in comics formalism. Continue reading

 
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Leonard Starr: 1925-2015

Starr created the best-drawn and the best-written adventurous soap-opera strip (Mary Perkins, On Stage), continued another legendary strip (Annie), and developed a popular animation television franchise (ThunderCats). Continue reading

 
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Mark and Marc Talk Stroppy

Marc Bell talks about his latest book with Mark Connery . Continue reading

 
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On Leonard Starr

A veteran comic book artist and writer on the recently passed cartoonist. Continue reading

 
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Napoleon vs. Napoleon

Napoleon is one of history’s most satirized figures, the central target in a golden age of caricature. Now, with two shows in London and Paris focused on Napoleonic art, he reminds us that mockery’s price was often high. Continue reading

 
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A Quiet Talk with Leslie Stein

Two cartoonists/musicians discuss creativity, drawing and color. Continue reading

 
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The Peter Pan of Paris

Bastien Vivès is among the most prolific contemporary cartoonists in France, celebrated for his mix of the populist and the personal. Continue reading

 
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“Catharsis” and Charlie

In his new book Catharsis (Futuropolis), longtime Charlie Hebo cartoonist Luz describes the the aftermath of the attack. Continue reading