Return To Romance
Trip Report – Chicago Comics: 1960s to Now
Artist and educator Anya Davidson visits a new exhibition of Chicago cartoonists at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, spanning over half a century of history. Features dozens of pictures, an interview with co-curator Dan Nadel, and a visit to an alternative exhibition at the DIY space Gridsport.
“The Real Fun Of These Projects Is Working With People You Really Love”: A Conversation with Dan Nadel
Frank Young catches up with TCJ’s former editor, Dan Nadel, on the Ogden Whitney collection of romance comics he co-edited, how his upcoming biography of Robert Crumb came about, and what he’s been reading lately.
Gary Panter: Drawings, 1973-2019
Gary Panter annotates 29 of his drawings, selected by Nicole Rudick & Dan Nadel, for a recent gallery showing in New York at Fredericks & Freiser.
This Week’s Comics (9/6/17)
Strictly a consumer guide.
I Hope No One See Me In Here
Turn on this Screen
Mike Diana and more.
The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival Ends
The founding partners of the influential and popular independent comics festival discuss—and dispute—the reasons for its sudden demise.
The Gilbert and Jaime Hernandez Interview
Catching up with the artists of Love and Rockets.
What’s been off the shelf and on the desk: Everett, Sottsass, Clowes, Kirchner, Erro and X-Force.
Hit the ground runnin’!
Alchemy, Comics, and Ron Regé, Jr
An interview with Ron Regé, Jr covering his life and career as a cartoonist and musician. Originally published in TCJ 252, 2003.