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ED-CMYK: A Survey of RoboCop in Comics (Part Two)

Looking at the best and the worst RoboCop comics, which show that even when a story’s social commentary loses out to the chance to sell a dozen diminished returns, the message can still carry a charge. Continue reading

 

ED-CMYK: A Survey of RoboCop in Comics (Part One)

RoboCop moved from film to comics with an almost pre-programmed inevitability, which doesn’t make the resulting comics any less remarkable—or ironic. Continue reading

 

“I’m Ninety and Sometimes When I Think About It I Get Worried.”: An Interview with Joe Giella

A 70 year career, a 64 year marriage, and a history with every part of comics that you can think of. A legend sat down with Alex Dueben, and we’ve got the transcript. Continue reading

 

Judge Reviewing Motion to Dismiss in Pickrodt Lawsuit

A motion to dismiss eight of the 11 defendants from small press publisher Cody Pickrodt’s defamation lawsuit is currently under review. Continue reading

 

Excerpt: Through A Life

Thanks to Nobrow, we’re pleased to share this excerpt from Through A Life, there recently released graphic novel by Tom Haugomat. Here’s what they had to say about what it’s all about: This powerfully silent graphic novel follows the saga of … Continue reading

 

Tomi Ungerer: 1931-2019

He was an artistic force of nature for more than sixty years — a cartoonist, a children’s book author, a painter, a writer, a sculptor, a sexual provocateur, a political dissident, and more. Continue reading

 

“I Was Terrified – And Therefore, I Accepted”: An Interview with José Hernández

Alex Dueben spoke with award-winning Mexican cartoonist José Hernández about the recent US release of his Che Guevara graphic biography, and why the subject remains such a fertile one for artists and readers around the world. Continue reading

 

David Mazzucchelli Remembers Ted Stearn

David Mazzucchelli’s appreciation for Ted Stearn’s talents as an artist, animator, and cartoonist. Continue reading