Tag Archives: Milton Caniff

Tonči Zonjić: The Total Approach

An interview with the Croatian cartoonist about his process, color, war, and portraying a country not his own. Continue reading

 

A Landmark in Comics History: The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum Opens in Columbus, Ohio

This year has seen no shortage of comics-related events and exhibitions, but the occasion most likely to have a long term impact is the opening of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at Ohio State University. Continue reading

 

The Library of American Comics at 75 Titles (and counting)

A discussion of plans, approaches and rights with the founder and associate editor of the Library of American Comics. Continue reading

 

Milton Caniff, Steve Canyon and the Fair Sex

In 1948 the usually shrewd cartoonist misjudged his public’s appetite for the risqué. Continue reading

 

Following a Thread

Manara, Raymond, Caniff, professionalism and Frankenstein. Continue reading

 

Welcome to the Attic

This column will be my monthly report from the front—or, more accurately, from the rafters. Continue reading

 

Five Aspects of the Reprint High Renaissance

It’s as if a hive decision was arrived at among publishers to produce, once and for all, a comprehensive national comics library in print. Continue reading

 

The Rest of the Roast

Our man responds to the recent NCS video “kerfuffle”. Continue reading