Tag Archives: John Stanley

Art Young Returns, and Nine More

At the top of Tumey’s stack of favorite books of 2017 sits a thick, five-pound book with about 800 old cartoons which are mostly political. Continue reading

 

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