Tag Archives: John Stanley

Seeking Salivation! Food in Early Comics

University of Washington professor José Alaniz invited me to prepare and deliver a guest lecture on early comics for his class on food-themed comics. You could say I hoped the project would turn out to be something I could sink my teeth into. I was not disappointed. Continue reading

 

Lulu Hitchcock Apocrypha!

Tim Hensley’s astonishing Sir Alfred #3, in which Alfred Hitchcock becomes what he already was: a comic-strip character. Continue reading

 

THIS WEEK IN COMICS! (5/4/11 – Free Column Day)

A tin-can jubilee. Continue reading

 

Layout Workbook 5

This week we are going to diagram a double page spread. 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

 

The Comics Journal No. 238, October 2001

Featuring interviews with Neil Fitzpatrick and Glen Dakin; reviews by the likes of Ben Jones, Seth, and Tom Spurgeon. Continue reading