The climax of the book is Alan Moore’s meta-meditation on the shape and nature of his comics career, written as he prepares to leave the medium.
Craig Fischer on Moore’s mind-bending masterpiece.
An in-depth and at-length consideration of Matt Fraction, David Aja & company’s Hawkeye.
The A to Z of MAD Magazine’s Dave Berg.
I can’t believe that I ever found Rabagliati’s art “simple.”
My ostensible reason for teaching serialization in the first place was that I felt an obligation to discuss the history of the floppy, but my students don’t care at all about that history.
Building Stories? Take your time, and read it carefully.
This column fulfills a promise.
A series of filmed arguments for Jack Kirby’s legacy.
Horror, Robert Jauss’s horizon of expectations, the Skywald publishing line.
Leading readers into cartoon spaces…
In this column I’m looking for art in other genres, and I’ll begin with one of the most artistically accomplished genre comics of the last ten years, Naoki Urasawa’s Pluto (2003-2009).