Tag Archives: Art Young

Art Young Returns, and Nine More

At the top of Tumey’s stack of favorite books of 2017 sits a thick, five-pound book with about 800 old cartoons which are mostly political. 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


Here’s the Thing About Collectors

Uber-collectors Glenn Bray and Lena Zwalve have invited many guests over the years to enjoy their collection of pop culture and sequential art, but with the publication of The Blighted Eye they have unleashed their eclectic tastes onto a broader audience Continue reading


Max Eastman, The Masses and the Invention of the Modern Gag Cartoon

A Lost Moment in the History of Cartooning Continue reading


The Comics Journal No. 297, (Apr. 2009)

Featuring a cartoon interview with Frank Stack; interviews with Mort Walker and Emmanuel Guibert. Continue reading