CAB ’15: Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly on Little Nemo, Comics as the Intersection of Vulgar and Genteel


At this year’s Comic Arts Brooklyn, two of comics most influential curators examined the legacy of Winsor McCay’s LITTLE NEMO IN SLUMBERLAND and the development of comics, from the vulgar days of yore to the modern genteel shores.

BCGF Co-Founder Announces New Brooklyn Comics Festival


Following the news earlier this year that the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival is now no more, it appears a new festival has just been announced to take its place – presented by Desert Island Comics (and therefore BCGF cofounder Gabe Fowler), this will be The Comic Arts Brooklyn Festival. 

On the Scene: BCGF 2012: Ware, McGuire, and Spiegelman on Creating the Architecture of Comics


The Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival this year was, by all accounts, pretty crowded and hot in the main building, but the governing factor was high attendance, and the discussion panels, held at The Knitting Factory, also confirmed the trend. They were highly attended, and for the most part, standing room only. This signals a […]

Preview: GANG BANG BONG #3


Adding to what is going to be an exceptional surplus of releases for next month’s BCGF is the third installment of the unconventional and visually dazzling GANG BANG BONG, a bilingual comic anthology completely removed from any confining narrative structure; rather, editors Ines Estrada and Ginette Lapalme explore new mediums of visual storytelling through a […]