Tag Archives: Bill Griffith

Are We Long-Form Yet?: A Chat with Bill Griffith

The longtime Zippy the Pinhead cartoonist talks about his latest book, the transition from strips to longform comics, why he chose to depict the innocent Schlitzie rather than the fraudulent Zip, and the insidious appeal of cuteness. Continue reading

 

The Minicomix Revolution Will Not Be Televised

The revolution will not be televised The revolution will not be brought to you by Xerox – Gil Scott-Heron, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (1970) The humble, photocopied minicomic sprang into being in the early 1970s and has become a prime … Continue reading

 

20 Comic Favorites of 2015

Paul Tumey’s top of the heap. Continue reading

 

“I Had Moments Where I Just Broke Down Crying”: An Interview with Bill Griffith

A transcription of Bill Griffith interview held at this year’s Small Press Expo, at which he debuted his startling new graphic memoir, Invisible Ink. Continue reading

 

The Origins of RAW and a Lost Lynch is Discovered

At CXC, Spiegelman and Mouly discuss their early projects. And Jay Lynch talks about a painting of his recently rediscovered on Roadside Antiques. Continue reading

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (2/18/15 – Logographic Devil History)

You’ve seen one man’s best of 2014, now see another’s hot take on someone else’s selections for the best of the 1980s! CLICK AT THE RISK OF YOUR OWN LIFE. Continue reading

 

Comics Survey: Words, Part II

Ken Parille digs through 60 years of comics and says things about words. He explores a diverse creative cast, from Bill Griffith, Gabrielle Bell, and Julia Gfrörer to Jerry Siegel, John Byrne, and Grant Morrison — with a brief appearance by Otto Binder. Continue reading

 

Questions for Griffy

Shortly after the publication of Bill Griffith’s Lost and Found: Comics 1969-2003, Gary Panter sent the cartoonist about 20 questions. Here’s what came back. Continue reading

 
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