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Another Look at the East Village Eye

“There was no money.  I think we were actually paid in drugs.” — Mark Michaelson, former art director The East Village Eye Lower New York has been the scene for numerous “art movements,” and the decade between the mid-70s and … Continue reading

 
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The TCJ 2015 Year-in-Review Spectacufuck: Part IV

Then came the Fall. The startling, not to say stupefying, comics controversies from the final months of 2015. And finally: what have we learned? Continue reading

 
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The TCJ 2015 Year-in-Review Spectacufuck: Part III

We know what you did last summer. Plus Surprise Bonus Content—Tim O’Neil on the year in superhero comics. Continue reading

 
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The TCJ 2015 Year-in-Review Spectacufuck: Part II

Looking back at comics news from April through June. Who were we? What did we learn? And what could we forgive? Let’s find out together. For entertainment purposes only. Continue reading

 
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The TCJ 2015 Year-in-Review Spectacufuck: Part I

A year in comics now behind us. Who were we? What did we learn? And what could we forgive? Let’s find out together, month by month, day by day. For entertainment purposes only. Continue reading

 
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Discussing Sports and Comics with Sloane Leong

The From Under Mountains and Maps to the Suns creator talks about her new project, the importance of dynamic accuracy, and good sports comics—or the lack thereof. Continue reading

 
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Madame Audacity: The Art of Claire Bretécher

Claire Brétecher at the Centre Georges Pompidou arrives just in time. Continue reading

 
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Texas, In My Rearview Mirror

Jack Jackson, aka “Jaxon, was a first-generation underground cartoonist. (In fact, with “God Nose,” which he self-published in 1964, he may have been the first UG cartoonist.) He was a fifth-generation Texan, born May 15, 1941, in Pandora (est. pop. … Continue reading