The Beat sits down with Fantastic Beast’s Dan Fogler to talk about his comics writing career, the great coming yin/yang union, conspicy theories, and the coming of Brooklyn Gladiator in April.
Log: “…I get that a lot. It doesn’t get any less awkward.” Megan FabbriFreelance cartoonist, illustrator, & writer School of Visual Arts Alumna http://megfabbri.com
If you stay up late like me, and follow Cheryl Lynn Eaton on Twitter, like me, you get to experience one of the GOOD things about Twitter. Every night at midnight, when it goes live, Eaton live tweets the new Mary Worth strip. Debuting in 1938, Mary Worth is one of a handful of drama strips […]
Today, Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed the first charges in his probe of Russia’s involvement in the 2016 US Presidential election. Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and a top aide, Rick Gates, were charged with, among other things, “conspiracy against the United States.” Additionally, a former Trump campaign aide, George Papadopoulos, was discovered […]
Another source of free comics! The interface is perhaps not the smoothest but you can read just about every daily newspaper comic strip online every day for free. King Features comics are available at their portal, Comics Kingdom. And perhaps king of that kingdom is Mark Trail, forest ranger. A sort of nature detective, […]
Or so he claimed in a Facebook post. Millionaire has been known to pull a prank or two (and has used this opportunity to plug his book quite a bit.) but…this time it feels pretty real. Maakies is the long running comic strip about the often soused adventures of Drinky Crow and Uncle Gabby, an […]
Following a storied history and a sad decline in the digital era, The Village Voice is publishing comics again with new strips by Lauren Weinstein and Karl Stevens.
I can’t really improve on this NYT story by Katie Rogers on the recent use of K.C. Green’s “I’m Fine” meme in regards to the GOP convention, except maybe give it a more comics centric spin. (It’s common for musicians to criticize a political candidate’s use of their song, but a cartoonist criticizing the use […]
Last week we told you about Cerebus in Hell #0, a new “fumetti” style comic strip by Dave Sim and Sandeep Atwal that uses Gustave Dore’s art and Sim’s captions to reveal the earthpig’s descent into the afterlife in a darkly humorous fashion. There will be a one shot, available in October, daily Cerebus in […]
If you’re not impressed by the shelf porn shot from this brief video for the Library of American Comics you shouldn’t be reading this site. The row of Eisner Awards isn’t shabby, either.