A Plague Comes to SPX

Casey was able to get past previous sponsorships by Amazon-owned comiXology at SPX, but this year is different.

The Belgians Who Changed Comics

“The Golden Age of Belgian Comics” features a rare collection, on show in France for the first time ever. Their pages detail a comics revolution, the era when – led by Tintin – the ninth art forever changed leisure on the continent.

A Season at the Con

From Game of Thrones to Teen Wolf to Ramona Fradon. An artist and his daughter bound together by nerd obsessions explore the new Comic-Con.

Napoleon vs. Napoleon

Napoleon is one of history’s most satirized figures, the central target in a golden age of caricature. Now, with two shows in London and Paris focused on Napoleonic art, he reminds us that mockery’s price was often high.

Alt-Weekly Cartoonists Finally Get Their Day at Society of Illustrators

You didn’t buy an alt-weekly newspaper, much less hold on to it. You picked them up from a pile somewhere, read them or didn’t, and then threw them out. Some of these papers ran comic strips, but many didn’t. Some of these papers just ran comic strips without letting the artists know and didn’t pay them.