Come on in! Zach Rabiroff visits Partners and Son, Philadelphia’s curated zine shop and gallery space, and the force behind the Philly Comics Expo.
We head to Dallas to speak with Jeremy Shorr about Titan Comics for our ongoing look at comics retail. Do all those movies and television drive sales? Why didn’t Jeremy ever watch Endgame? This back issue expert has some stories to tell!
Jeff Alford, the human being behind Wig Shop, shares how his retail journey as a cool website featuring comics he likes and wants to get behind has transitioned from a fun hobby to a legitimate business over the last few years.
Jason Novak’s new column, Dialogue Balloons, begins with a trip down South…to Brazil, to discuss the scene, the comics, the politics and more with seven of Brazil’s finest cartoonists!
It’s Friday, and for Jason’s final TCJ installment, the subject is RAGE. Repressed rage, silent rage, grocery store rage, impatience-driven rage – they all make an appearance! Step on in… it’s Diary time!
One way to grapple with parental issues? Put them down on pen and paper – and if you’re a creative type, make it drawing. Today, Jason tackles that theory with someone who has put it to practice!
Today we talk about baby Hitler in Napoleon’s cradle, and fear! Wait, who is today’s guest anyway?
You might think you know what dedication looks like. But I ask you this: have you ever seen a crow try to eat a squirrel?
If you’re launching a talk show, people will tune in out of curiosity. And if you turn your first guest into a cat? Well, that’s how you ensure a ratings bonanza. A new Diary begins!
“All is calm… good night…”
Doomscroll puppy time, and painting.
Several styles of snakes in the grass.
Rolling out with the dog posse.
She and Gus, from day to night.
Austin English is back, bouncing around comics history and investigating the personal and metaphysical qualities of drawing.
“I just know home is where I need to be.”
“I’m gonna miss it here.”
“Am I happy here?”
“Adulting is a trap!”
“How am I 30?”
Garry Trudeau’s Doonesbury is approaching its 52nd birthday this year, and R.C. Harvey is your guide to the origins of this American institution.
André Valente hits the street of Angoulême during the weeks of the year when it isn’t packed full of comics to see what kind of memories he can track down. (The answer is quite a few!)
André Valente confronts the question of Chris Ware. No, not the qualitative question! The question of size: does it matter?