Traducción Con Tijeras: How Fantagraphics’ Spanish Fever Cut A New Path In Comics Translation

Bart Hulley uncovers the dynamic lengths Kristy Valenti went to so that José Domingo’s jokes wouldn’t go unread when his work was brought to the US by Fantagraphics in 2016. Continue reading


The Tony Shenton Interview

Austin English speaks to Tony Shenton, a one-of-a-kind individual in the comics industry, on his history as a sales rep, retailer, and talent scout–and what he thinks the future holds. Continue reading



A remembrance of cartoonist Richard Sala, by his longtime friend Daniel Clowes. Continue reading


Richard Sala 1955-2020

We look back at the life and work of cartoonist Richard Sala, who passed away at the age of 65. Continue reading


“We Know That’s Not True”: An Interview With Amie Wright

Amie Wright is a comics librarian, a scholar of the history of censorship in comics, and the President of the American Library Association Graphic Novels & Comics Round Table. I recently came across the Round Table and Amie’s work through … Continue reading


The Action is the Juice – This Week’s Links

This week’s comics news rolls in like that wheel the original Suicide Squad had to fight. You know that one? It’s the one that has big spikes, the giant thing that would probably cause a mental break. It’s a lot of links, is what I’m trying to say. Continue reading


Classicist Rebel: Warren Tufts and Lance

A long look at Warren Tufts acclaimed Western comics–what influenced them, what shaped them, and the mark they left on the artform. Continue reading


Art In Quarantine: Nicole Georges

Alex Dueben checks in with cartoonist, educator and podcaster Nicole Georges about the systems she is relying on to get through the current COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading