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A Cartoonist’s Diary

L. Nichols: Day Four

While you gotta know when to hold ’em, you’re not going to make it very far if you don’t, wait for it, know when to fold them. L. Nichols: camping with the right philosophy. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

L. Nichols: Day Three

If you have to fly cross country with little kids for a wedding, the least the wedding can do is have the decency to take the place in Monterey, ya feel me? Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

L. Nichols: Day Two

You may get a plane ride, but that doesn’t mean there is a free pass when puppets enter the picture. L. Nichols: we do what we can. Continue reading

 
A Cartoonist’s Diary

L Nichols: Day One

There is no more challenging roll of the dice than putting kids on a plane. L Nichols isn’t keeping score, but if he was: get that gold medal ready. Continue reading

 
Comic Book Decalogue

Episode 32: Mike Dawson

The author of Rules for Dating My Daughter and Troop 142 discusses Boogie Nights, Oor Wullie, Eleanor Davis, and more. Continue reading

 
Ice Cream For Bedwetters

Hey, It’s a Column about Wolverine

At about the fifty percent mark of this review, Tegan mentions that this column is actually about Wolverine comics by the team of Goodwin, Byrne & Janson. Wait for it! Continue reading

 
10 Cent Museum

Against Clarity

How the cult of simplicity limits our understanding of comics’ potential Continue reading

 
Fiffe Files

Simonson’s Fantastic Four

Michel Fiffe’s wandering eye makes its way to the pages of Walt Simonson’s run on Marvel’s Fantastic Four. Continue reading