Tag Archives: Krazy Kat

Anything But Reality

How both George Herriman’s final Krazy Kat strips and the overpacked silliness of Mort Weisinger’s Silver Age Superman illustrate the true power of cartoon storytelling. Continue reading

 

A “Konversation” with George Herriman’s Biographer, Michael Tisserand (Part One)

  “Herriman was talking about race and identity — as profoundly as anyone has, in my opinion — but I never see that as his big “Topic.” It was just part of his world, and the world he created, even … Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 130, July 1989

Featuring an interview with Dave Sim; an essay by Harvey Pekar; the John Pound sketchbook. Continue reading

 

The Comics Journal No. 84, September 1983

Featuring an interview with Michael T. Gilbert; Harlan Ellison on Bill Starr; Pott Shots by Stu Potts. Continue reading