Justin Green, 1945-2022
Remembering the underground comix great – a pioneer in autobiographical comics and minicomics, and a private, dedicated artist.
Of the Old Guard and the New Kids
Author Brian Doherty’s forthcoming narrative history of underground comix, “Dirty Pictures”, is a big one – so big, an entire chapter had to be deleted for space. Today, we present to you that lost chapter as a standalone reflection on the generation gap (or lack thereof) between the underground cartoonists and their older, straighter inspirations.
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.
Jay Lynch: The Final Interview
In this 2017 interview, Gary Groth talks to cartoonist Jay Lynch about his upbringing, the roots of the underground comix movement, and the trajectory of his career in comics.
The Jay Lynch Interview, 1987
In this 1987 interview, underground cartoonist Jay Lynch talks about his experience growing up with comics and the influence of printed satire. The underground comix scene and the comic industry are discussed in depth as well as the theories behind his work.
Jay Lynch, 1945-2017
The life and legacy of the underground cartoonist.
The Ed Piskor Interview
The Pittsburgh-based cartoonist on Wizzywig, working with Harvey Pekar, and the Hip Hop Family Tree.