Hayley Campbell starts the week off with a review of David Hahn’s All Nighter.
Even when Frank’s taking it easy with his column, he manages to drop some knowledge about Gray Morrow and Carl Barks you couldn’t get from anyone else.
Sean T. Collins returned with the second installment of his “Say Hello” column on Friday, this time featuring the popular illustrator and web cartoonist Emily Carroll.
And Rob Clough reviewed the latest anthology in the Sunday series, which grew out of its editors’ time at the Center for Cartoon Studies.
So far, July has been a very good month for reading Gabrielle Bell’s comics online. (She’s going for one a day all month.)
Jeet Heer, take note: The Panelists dig up a fascinating quote from Walt Kelly regarding the use of racial caricature by cartoonists of his time.
Some people have trouble understanding the humor in New Yorker cartoons, others, well … have you ever had trouble getting the jokes in Beetle Bailey? Mort Walker explains what’s funny about selected strips in a series of videos.
The New York Times talks to Jules Feiffer and others regarding The Dancer Films, an adaptation of selected strips from Feiffer’s long-running strip in the Voice. Will this movie break the Green Lantern box office curse, and make the world safe for comic book movies again?
Finally, Drew Friedman art pirated by Chinese snake-oil peddlers! Would you buy a sex aide with this man’s face on it?