Tag Archives: Eleanor Davis


Sex, Humor, and the Grotesque: A Conversation with Eleanor Davis, Julia Gfrörer, and Meghan Turbitt

This conversation took place at a panel at the Small Press Expo in Bethesda, Maryland, in September 2014. Continue reading


Eleanor Davis: Day Five

When things are bad. The final installment of this week’s Eleanor Davis’s diaries. Continue reading


Eleanor Davis: Day Four

An unexpected visitor. Continue reading


Eleanor Davis: Day Three

Telephone pole serenade. Continue reading


Eleanor Davis: Day Two

Contemplating online feminism Continue reading


Eleanor Davis: Day One

Some assignments are more difficult than others. Continue reading

Actual Trouble by Michael DeForge

Shadow Puppets

The first installment of a new monthly column, in which the cartoonist Julia Gfrörer uses principles of psychoanalysis, philosophy, and comparative mythology to deliberately overthink the symbolic language of comics.
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