Tag Archives: Gary Panter

Another Look at the East Village Eye

“There was no money.  I think we were actually paid in drugs.” — Mark Michaelson, former art director The East Village Eye Lower New York has been the scene for numerous “art movements,” and the decade between the mid-70s and … Continue reading

 

Rockin’ in the New Year with The Rocket’s Xmas Covers

Happy Holidays to everyone, whatever it is you celebrate–or not celebrate–this time of the year.  In the spirit of the New Year, and in an effort to further explore some historical connections between comics and other forms of popular culture, … Continue reading

 

Chicago: Comics on the Make

“Comics: Philosophy & Practice” gathered seventeen luminaries of the medium to discuss what it all means. 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

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (11/30/11 – Stay Hungry)

‘Cause it’s a light dish this time, let me tell ya. Continue reading

 

In The Land Unknown with Gary Panter

A conversation about process and philosophy. Continue reading

 

I Work Here, Too!

Some brief entertainments for you from the other guy. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 250, February 2003

Featuring interviews with Herge, Gary Panter, and Raymond Briggs; the Carl Barks and John Stanley Panel; Charles Shulz on Developing a comic strip. Continue reading