Tag Archives: Angouleme

Travelogue 2015

James Romberger’s trip through Europe, encountering all manner of comics culture along the way. Continue reading

 

Angoulême Year Zero

Angoulême 2015 will be remembered chiefly for having taken place under the hovering specter of terrorism. But beyond that, it was a memorable year in several respects: a year of protest, reform, and even cautious optimism. Continue reading

 

Angoulême est Charlie; Chinese Partnership; Otomo Grand Prix

A report from the first day of the Angoulême festival. Continue reading

 

Trondheim on the Angoulême Grand Prix

The outspoken cartoonist (and former Grand Prix winner) addresses controversies surrounding the festival’s most prestigious award. Continue reading

 

Angoulême 2012: Aftermath

One of the best festivals of the past decade. Of course, some problems persist. Continue reading

 

Angoulême 2012: Saturday

The most eloquently curated comics show I’ve seen since the fantastic Masters of European Comics in 2001. Continue reading

 

Angoulême 2012: Friday

The Art Spiegelman retrospective in the Castro building is amazing. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 216, October 1999

Featuring interviews with Kurt Busiek, Megan Kelso, and John Severin. Continue reading