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Tony DeZuniga, First of the Filipino Comics Wave, November 8th, 1941—May 11, 2012

A cartoonist best-known to American readers for co-creating the Black Orchid and the surly supernatural western hero Jonah Hex. Continue reading

 

Maurice Sendak Interview Sneak Preview

Gary Groth remembers Maurice Sendak, and introduces excerpts from his career-spanning interview with the artist in the upcoming TCJ #302. Continue reading

 

The King of the Wild Things Is Dead. Long Live the King. Maurice Sendak (1928-2012)

In this obituary, Philip Nel, a children’s literature scholar, provides a historical overview of Maurice Sendak’s career and legacy. Continue reading

 

Maurice Sendak: Tributes

Artists and writers comment on one of their own. Continue reading

 

Starstruck: An Interview with Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta (Part 1)

The first of a series of interviews with Elaine Lee and Michael Kaluta on their ongoing epic comic, Starstruck. Continue reading

 

“I Felt Like I Didn’t Have a Baby But At Least I’d Have a Book”: A Diane Noomin Interview

The pioneering co-editor of Twisted Sisters and creator of DiDi Glitz talks about the underground comics scene, Communism, abortion, the politics of anthologizing, contact paper-derived orgasms, and nail polish. Continue reading

 

Dan Zettwoch’s Birdseye Bristoe: A Preview

A preview of the upcoming graphic novel. Continue reading

 

Lichtenstein and the Comics in Chicago

Neal Adams, Ivan Brunetti, Geof Darrow, and J.J. Sedelmaier discuss comics at the Art Institute of Chicago. Continue reading