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Rob Kirby: Day Five

There’s one challenge that the Cartoonist’s Diary must sometimes embrace: how far are you willing to go? Today, Rob Kirby takes a very specific plunge! Continue reading

 

Rob Kirby: Day Four

If you thought you knew what was coming after yesterday’s entry, then today might come as a shock: a phone is about to make some noise, and a situation is about to change! Continue reading

 

Rob Kirby: Day Three

Rob’s job is taken up less of his time than usual, and while that isn’t by choice, so far, things are working out just fine. His hair, on the other hand, is showing signs of trouble. Continue reading

 

Rob Kirby: Day Two

Today, Rob gets the kind of weather his soul needs, some evidence that the “big move” was the “right move”, but a knockout reminder of the world outside is waiting in the wings. Continue reading

 

Rob Kirby: Day One

Rob is hunkered down at home, and it’s doing things to his hair, his relationship, and his feelings: and that’s all okay. A new Cartoonist’s Diary begins! Continue reading

 

The Best Comics of 2019

Comics Journal contributors chime in with their favorite comics, artists and reads from the year that was: 2019. Continue reading

 

Episode 26: Rob Kirby LIVE

In this live episode, the man behind What’s Your Sign, Girl? and The Shirley Jackson Project discusses Eric Orner, Lynda Barry, Peanuts, and more. Continue reading

 

State of the Art: QU33R

Kirby’s new anthology is very much a reaction to and extension of Justin Hall’s No Straight Lines. If the latter represents the past of queer comics, Kirby wanted to take a snapshot of its present. Continue reading