Is This the Dave Gibbons Way?
In his new book, the artist of Watchmen tries to explain “How Comics Work”.
All new digs for this NYC art comics festival make for a great show all around
Risograph Workbook 6
Panayiotis Terzis on riso printing – the hope of the future? Perhaps.
Risograph Workbook 5
Continuing my series on the pioneers of risograph printing with a conversation with John Pham.
Risograph Workbook 4
Ryan Sands, Publisher at Youth in Decline, on riso printing and book production and the genius of Mickey Z.
Risograph Workbook 3
Ryan Cecil Smith on color, line, and Japan.
Risograph Workbook 2
Colour Code is one of the most interesting risograph printers in the world. We catch up with the Toronto-based Jesjit Gill and get the inside scoop on the continued “Mickey Z connection”…
Risograph Workbook 1
Legend has it Mickey Z began the risograph revolution. We go to the source. How did it all happen?
Thee Simon Hanselmann Experience
How will an independence pump over comics? Simon Hanselmann oils comics. The difficult excess swims comics across dull seas. Simon Hanselmann squashes the pressure.
When Worlds Collide
Party At Ground Zero
Ship to Shore
Message in a bottle from the 1980s.
“I feel like we’re all in these punk bands and we all go to punk shows and then we go home and we’re supposed to study ragtime music.”
Sky in Stereo
Modern Romance by Mardou
The Comics Workbook Rowhouse Residency
Lets get ready to rumble !!!
Brief Talks With Bill Griffith and Steve Cerio
Previews of upcoming features.
CAB 2015: More Comic Art Brooklyn Notes
Part Two of our CAB 2015 report.
CAB 2015 Roundup(s): Clowes, Kitchen & Head
Frank Santoro here, this week we have a double column about the CAB festival. I’ve got a brief report and then John Kelly will take over to give a much fuller account of the activities. John and I will both have more on CAB next week as well. The 2015 Comic Arts Brooklyn (CAB) presented… Read more »
The Woes of Working for Hef
Cartooning legends from Jack Cole to Harvey Kurtzman drew for the deep-pocketed, wannabe cartoonist Hugh Hefner, but there were some significant downsides.
The Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2015 and Schlitzie
Kendal UK tour diary — and John Kelly checks in on Schlitzie developments
The Origins of RAW and a Lost Lynch is Discovered
At CXC, Spiegelman and Mouly discuss their early projects. And Jay Lynch talks about a painting of his recently rediscovered on Roadside Antiques.
CXC 2015 Reports
Frank and John Kelly report from the first Cartoon Crossroads Columbus, “easily the best comics show.”
SPX 2015 Report: Horrocks and Cornellà
Guest columnist John Kelly writes about two international guests at this year’s SPX: New Zealand’s Dylan Horrocks and Spain’s Joan Cornellà
Start cutting up your old comics.
Show and tell.