Thanks to A Wave Blue World, we’re pleased to share “Voyages” from their upcoming anthology, Embodied.
Every week, the world asks so much: how can one keep up with the news, reviews and points-of-view that show up in comics every single week? You can turn to Clark, that’s what you can do. And within the work of his hands and the links of his soul, you might find a bit of peace. Cheer up and click through, friend!
Bob looks back at the life and career of M. Thomas Inge, his friend, editor, and collaborator, and reflects on the groundbreaking work that Inge did in the world of comics scholarship.
Paul Tumey presents the debut installment of Zineth, a new series surveying current developments in small press and self-published comics! First off, Paul checks in with a wide variety of cartoonists and distributors to see what’s new during the pandemic… and it’s a lot.
Gareth Brookes may be responsible for the first comic about historical medieval plagues that was inspired by a real life Drake related Tik Tok craze, and if he’s not, he’s certainly responsible for the first one to be made utilizing pyrography. Joe Decie catches up with the cartoonist about why Brookes keeps attacking the page…and whether he can even stop himself at this point.
There’s no sleepy days of summer in store for this thing called comics: but how to keep up with the neverending onslaught of news, reviews & points of view? Well if you don’t have the stones to just up and quit–always an option!–than turn to your pal Clark Burscough, who has compiled a dossier of all known values, prepared links to said things, and left it waiting, on the other side of a simple click. Make your play, sibling!
Thanks to Breakdown Press, we’re pleased to share this excerpt from Haway Man, Klaus!, by Richard Short.
Goodbye, and thank you.