Tag Archives: Kate Lacour

In Deadly Earnest: A Conversation with Kate Lacour

Katie Skelly uncovers the beating heart of Kate Lacour’s Vivisectionary by sitting down with the creator behind a book that has been referred to as “neocomics” by some, “unsettling” by others, and “kind of goofy, kind of creepy” by its own creator. Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Five

In Kate Lacour’s final Diary entry, we see her dealing honestly with the difficulties of a carnivorous dinosaur attack. For serious! Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Four

Had a day packed full with parental obligations? Why not close it out Lacour style, with a fat slice of “Knifepoint Horror”? Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Three

Kate Lacour’s reaction to seeing a dead bird is one of many rock solid reminders of why Kate Lacour has been, and always will be, way cooler than me. Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day Two

In today’s Diary, Kate gets a bit of a scolding from a friend who would prefer she not die at the hands of brain-eating amoeba. Continue reading

 

Kate Lacour: Day One

Kate Lacour’s Cartoonist Diary debuts, and if you wanted to know the real word for caterpillar crap, then you’ve come to the right place. Also? Kids playing Sabbath! Continue reading