Tag Archives: Cartoonist’s Diary

Alison Wilgus: Day Two

You never know what is gonna pluck those emotional cords, but when they do land on ya, it’s best for it to happen amongst supportive peers. Alison Wilgus has the scoop! Continue reading


Alison Wilgus: Day One

It’s a new week, and a new Cartoonist Diary: Alison Wilgus is here, reminding you that sometimes, you’ll finish reading a comic on a plane only to find yourself immediately discussing it with the publishing director of Random House Graphic. Continue reading


Molly Mendoza: Day Five

It’s Friday, and for many, that means it is time to kick back and enjoy life–but if your enjoyment might result in a hangover, you might want to check out Molly Mendoza’s cautionary tale! Continue reading


Molly Mendoza: Day Four

Can cats be disappointed in their owners behavior, hobbies and general lifestyle choices? It’s not a rhetorical question for Molly Mendoza, and she’s getting prepared for the experience! Continue reading


Molly Mendoza: Day Three

Cars, crowds and horses are the thing that frighten cartoonists the most, supposedly. But that’s just kids stuff: when Molly Mendoza wants a challenge, it’s “music” that she’s gonna draw. Continue reading


Molly Mendoza: Day Two

Traffic attempts to get in the way of a good time, but Molly’s not going to let a bunch of cars get in the way of her and a good time. It’s a Cartoonist Diary Tuesday! Continue reading


Molly Mendoza: Day One

The only way out is through: there’s a reason that phrase has stuck around for a bit. Welcome to Molly Mendoza’s Cartoonist Diary! Continue reading


Nate McDonough: Day Five

On his last day, Nate McDonough turns his Cartoonist’s lens onto the Diary process itself–well his courageous eye like what it sees, or will he blink? Continue reading