Today on the site, Joe McCulloch brings it all back home.
Elsewhere in this world:
After reading Joe the most important thing for you to do is watch this (NSFW) Throbbing Gristle video made a long ago by the great and under-appreciated French artists Bruno Richard and Pascal Doury (seen in the US mostly in RAW).
Still have time? Fine. Here:
This guy's view of contemporary comics is profoundly limited, but I like his analysis of mid-century realist comics technique.
Robert Boyd reminds us that great Canadian picture story The Cage has been reissued.
There's lots of movement at Archie Comics.
This is a slightly random look at Charlton Comics.
There's going to be a Frank Quitely documentary episode.
These images of Otomo posters installed for show are fantastic.
Our own Jacq Cohen enjoys a puff.
When I was a kid I used to be thrilled that Stan Lee was seemingly always meeting with a groovy French movie director named Alain Renais. Yeah baby. Alain Renais is dead now, but paper lives on.
If I was a cartoonist I'd be very very reluctant to publish in the same book as Ronald Searle. Anyway, here are images from a recent Searle exhibition and accompanying catalog.