Tag Archives: Art Spiegelman

Pushing the Limits: Comics That Stretch The Form by Paul Tumey

Pushing the Limits: Comics and Creators That Stretch the Form

Comics as a self-aware form. Continue reading


CHARLIE Horses: On Caricature and Outrage

An exploration of the impulse to caricature, a look at incidents of outrage and retaliation against cartoonists, and a personal attempt to come to terms with racist cartoons from America’s past. Continue reading

Art Spiegelman WORDLESS Comics Journal

Art as Transformation: WORDLESS!

If you’ve followed Art Spiegelman at all in the last 20 years, you’ve seen his lectures, filled with insight, wit, and lots of visuals projected onto screens. This has all been pretty swell — but predictable — stuff. But when have we ever seen Spiegelman take the stage to talk about comics with a giant movie screen and a six-piece jazz combo? Continue reading


Art Spiegelman: Co-Mix

Five thoughts on the exhibition. Continue reading


Mouly Mouthpiece

A look at Jeet Heer’s new book, In Love With Art. Continue reading

Signing at the L'Association booth, open this year!

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

The Making of a Raw cover

Angoulême 2012: Friday

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