Tag Archives: David Lasky

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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

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20 Comic Favorites of 2015

Paul Tumey’s top of the heap. Continue reading

Bezango. WA a film about Pacific Northwest Cartoonists by Ron Austin and Louise Amandes

Bezango, WA: An Interview with Filmmakers Louise Amandes and Ron Austin

Back in 2011, two documentarians set out to make a movie about artists in the Pacific Northwest who make comics. They thought they were making a simple film about a beloved subject and then discovered they were in the middle of a cultural surge. Continue reading

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

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Short Run Small Press Fest 2013: Mad Stacks (of Zines)

An on the scene report. Continue reading


SDCC13: Music & Comics Panel with William Stout and David Lasky

Cartoonists William Stout (Legends of the Blues) and David Lasky (The Carter Family, with Frank Young) talk about music at comics at SDCC13. Continue reading

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“I’m Glad to Have the Benefit Now of Existing”: A David Lasky Interview

The artist and co-creator behind The Carter Family talks about adapting history, experimenting in comics form, his love of James Joyce, and being a late bloomer. Continue reading


The Comics Journal No. 235, July 2001

The 25th Anniversary issue. Continue reading