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Alt-Weekly Cartoonists Finally Get Their Day at Society of Illustrators

You didn’t buy an alt-weekly newspaper, much less hold on to it. You picked them up from a pile somewhere, read them or didn’t, and then threw them out. Some of these papers ran comic strips, but many didn’t. Some of these papers just ran comic strips without letting the artists know and didn’t pay them. Continue reading

 

TCJ Roundtable Discussion ~ APPLIED CARTOONING

“Applied Cartooning” is jargon to be sure, but I hope it can become useful jargon. The idea is to better position cartoonists in the marketplace so our expertise is recognized and we are compensated more fairly for the skills we bring to the table. Five cartoonists discuss the idea. Continue reading

 

Author vs. Author

The French cartoonist Émilie Gleason and the American cartoonist Gina Wynbrandt, interview each other about life, and a little about their work. Continue reading

 

Irwin Hasen: Dondi, Wildcat Artist Dead at 96

(b. July 18, 1918— d. Mar. 13, 2015) Continue reading

 

The Michael Gross Interview

The National Lampoon art director looks back. Continue reading

 

Tatsumi Yoshihiro, 1935-2015

Tatsumi Yoshihiro, one of comics history’s greats, passed away on March 7, 2015. He was seventy-nine years old. He died of malignant lymphoma. Tatsumi is famous as the artist who helped fashion a new style of manga known as “gekiga” … Continue reading

 

Tributes to Yoshihiro Tatsumi

Artists, critics, and translators pay homage to the great manga pioneer. Continue reading

 

Paco Roca: Tales of Memory and Consciousness

Wrinkles marks the long overdue translation to English of Spain’s Paco Roca, perhaps the most prolific artist-author to emerge from the legendary El Víbora magazine since Max and Marti in the eighties. Continue reading