While many seek to feed the beast, we endeavor to nourish your mind.
The news is so treacherous right now. I’m thinking of becoming one of those people who responds to every story, regardless of topic, with “This is a god damned shame!” But you know what’s the opposite of “a shame”? The link above, friend.
Rocket elevator to information city, baby!
News is the only word for what we have here. News, and success. I mean the successful appearance of news, not news of success – that would be unusual.
The new boss is often the same as the old boss: history likes things that way, repetitive, punishing, obnoxious. Brian Puaca returns to TCJ to tease out the very clear connection to the comics battles of the past and the ones that are currently eating up the airwaves once again, with a look at Maus, Tennessee and…Wertham?
Lawsuits! Lawsuits! None of you are without sin!!
Little do those fools know that this column of links is on the official curriculum… of everyone’s heart!
Those three little words we all long to hear: “It’s not NFTs.” And three more: “Friday link blog!”
I’ve been keeping a journal of inspiring phrases that pop into my head at night to use in this space. Last night I came up with “Reticence is Nothing to the Flying Man.” Is that any good? The rest were dirty.
After closing Koyama Press at the beginning of 2021, Annie Koyama turned her energies towards Koyama Provides, an ongoing series of financial grants for cartoonists, comics makers and other artistic ventures. We caught up with her about the project’s first year and the motives behind it.
No— no, I’m glad about the first snowfall of the season. More time to read the links, right? Ha ha, no, it’ll melt, I’ll just let it…
My god, the madmen did it… they’ve closed TCJ! For this year, that is…
Wow, there really is only one more week ‘till Christmas. I ought to buy edible gifts tomorrow; there’s probably still food left… you know what’s REALLY nourishing, though?
Leaving, moving, selling, getting bought – that’s right, another week in comics.
What a spread of links! I bet you thought the feasting was over; you fool… you fool!
Did you know Clark’s birthday is coming up? Happy birthday! There will be no column next week because the Americans are doing something with food.
Your local food court may be abandoned, littered with the debris of a departed era, but we have not abandoned: the links!
Nobody is ever going to fix my roof; water is just going to keep dripping in until the rainy season passes. Luckily, the supply chain has not disrupted the delivery of these links – digital insulation to warm your soul.
The wind is threatening to blow the walls off my building right now, but nothing stops the news! Join us in our affront to nature by clicking these links.
Eszter reports back from Beirut, with a look at the variety of comics, aesthetic concerns, philosophical questions and political grapplings that took place at The Beirut Comic Art Festival, which took place earlier this month.
“I can’t think of a hotter set of links than this.” -Scott Hott, World’s Hottest
Zounds! That’s a lot of news!