Art In Quarantine: Jean-Philippe Delhomme

Cynthia Rose takes us on a virtual visit to Jean-Philippe Delhomme’s studio, to see how he’s managing his time-at-home, the type of art it’s producing, and what he thinks the past masters would have thought of all this social media. Continue reading


Taking Care of Business and Working Overtime – This Week’s Links

Nothing stops the comics, and there’s a lot of things that are trying to this week: Clark is here, and he’s brought all the news and reviews. Brew up a pot of something fierce: it’s clickbait time. Continue reading


Art In Quarantine: Gary Groth

“I’ve been doing this for forty-four years and we’ve gone through some really, you know, bizarre times, terrible times and I’ve never experienced something quite like this before.” Continue reading


SPX 2020 Is Still On — For Now

While circumstances and situations change on an hourly basis right now, Warren Bernard–the vocal operational human face of the popular Small Press Expo–is still working towards an in-person 2020 show. In this conversation, he catches us up on the how and why. Continue reading


Everybody Walk The Dinosaur – This Week’s Links

In this week’s links, Clark heroically ploughs through every little twist and turn in the last week of chaos and uncertainty that stained the world of comics forever. Continue reading


Gene Deitch: 1924-2020

A tribute to the legacy of influential animator and auteur, Gene Deitch, who passed away on April 16th, 2020. Continue reading


Mr. Earbrass Returns

New work from Edward Gorey? Yes please. With the recent publication of The Angel, The Automobilist, and Eighteen Others, Mark Dery is here to raise the question of who this genius belongs to, one more time. Continue reading

The cover page of Amazing Fantasy #15, a detail of the pasted-over original title.

A Holy Grail in the Library of Congress: Visiting Steve Ditko’s Amazing Fantasy #15 Original Artwork

Robert K. Elder takes a look at the look he took at Ditko’s original pages from Amazing Fantasy #15, which now sits in the Library Of Congress. Continue reading