Another no brainer here; Grant Snider’s Incidental Comics is a popular site that straddles the line between self help and observation with short comics that meditate on how to make and do things. Snider is an orthodontist be trade but also a cartoonist who has been published in The New Yorker, the NY Times and so […]
It’s always a pleasure when a new graphic novel biography comes out about someone I know absolutely nothing about, and I certainly had no clue about the existence of Roger Casement. Fionnuala Doran‘s The Trial of Roger Casement covers exactly that, the circumstances by which he was tried for treason in the United Kingdom and […]
For most of my life, the comings and goings of garbage was pretty much a mystery to me. When I was a kid, I put it in a can. When I lived in New York City, I dropped it down a shoot. And so on. It wasn’t until I moved out to the middle of […]
As usual Abrams Books will have some dandy books and signings at booth #1216, with authors including Cece Bell, Nathan Hale and Tom Angleberger. PLus many signed books and prints by the likes of Jules Feiffer. And if you’re luycky, you might even get a galley of Trahsed, Derf Backderf’s hilarious and disgusting account of a garbageman’s life. Other galleys and samplers will also be available from the likes of John Leguizamo and Tom Kinney.
The American Library Association announced their 2015 youth media award winners at its Midwinter Meeting in Chicago.
Covering a diverse range of titles and readers, graphic novels were among the honorees! First… The big news…
He was created by a cartoonist who was (in)famous for his pornographic comics, and written by a noted underground cartoonist (and later drawn by another! And then another!). He’s one of the few iconic advertising candy characters, and along with Twinkies, one of the few brands to use comics to sell the product. He’s known world-wide, […]
______________________________________________________________ Abrams is back to their evil ways, publishing beautiful books about comics and pop culture, as well as fun comics for kids of all ages! Want to share your interests and look sophisticated? Buy one of the nice “coffee table” books below, and let your guests discover some amazing culture and creativity. Or perhaps […]
. Here’s the second part of February’s preview. There’s some unusual titles here (including a publisher of religious graphic novels), some which don’t seem to exist beyond a listing on Books In Print. As usual, my boilerplate: So, here’s what caught my eye. Please comment below, and please feel free to mention titles I may […]