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A Cartoonist’s Diary

Karl Stevens: Day Five

Sometimes you have to get a little aggressive with the natural world when you’re looking to have a private moment with those you love. Continue reading

 
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Karl Stevens: Day Four

It’s still summer for some in today’s installment of A Cartoonist’s Diary–which means it’s beach day! Continue reading

 
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Karl Stevens: Day Three

Ah, the game of baseball, viewed through the lens of a cartoonist: which means no baseball for you! Continue reading

 
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Karl Stevens: Day Two

In today’s installment of A Cartoonist’s Diary, a cornball gets cut down to size. Continue reading

 
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Karl Stevens: Day One

A week of Karl Stevens diaries begins, and it begins with a conversation with a friend about the difficulties of work. And knives! What about the knives??? Continue reading

 
Hare Tonic

Who Invented Milton Caniff’s Most Famous Character?

Milton Caniff always took sole credit, but who really inspired her? Continue reading

 
Search and Destroy

Dermal Lift: Barry Windsor-Smith’s Weapon X

Weapon X isn’t the only superhero comic to tear down its protagonist’s heroic facade or even to indict its readers for believing in that image – though it is one whose force and quality surpasses all but the top rank of stories to do so. Continue reading

 
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Ian Densford: Day Five

Ian goes into the woods, pal in tow, danger afoot: will our cartoonist make it safely to his destination? Continue reading