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?
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?
André Valente begins his week of diaries to attention, by answering the big linguistic questions…and chasing around the visual concept of what it would look like if Andre The Giant and Mandy Patinkin got together and had a couple of babies.
Life is renewed, and the blank slate awaits.
On staring into black glass in a room of new silence.
A drive to Princeton, a whale of a surprise, and books, books, books: today’s Cartoonist’s Diary has it all. Deadlines are in the rearview for Jennifer Hayden!
A little bit of progress counts as progress: don’t let anybody put your success on a scale! Jennifer Hayden gets it, in today’s Cartoonist’s Diary!
There’s probably no more Cartoonist’s Diary then a Diary that includes good food, deadlines, dreams, frustrating emails and good bookstores: Jennifer Hayden, starting it off correctly!