§ Nice Art: The Black Hammer Annual came out last week, and Dean Ormston’s art on the regular series is pretty amazing, but this bit by Mtt Kindt is nice too. Other stories in the ish by Dustin Nguyen, Emi Lenox, Nate Powell and Ray Fawkes, with colors by Dave § BTW the reason sI run […]
There are a lot of comic book movies coming out this year, but lest we forget, Wilson is one of them. Directed by Craig Johnson and starring Woody Harrelson, Laura Dern, and Judy Greer, the film, as the new trailer tells is in a bold red card, is based on the graphic novel by […]
The new Clowes’ adaptation releases in March
Among the comics movies of 2016, the one people forgot the most was Wilson, the Craig Johnson directed adaptation of Daniel Clowes’ graphic novel; Clowes wrote the screenplay and Woody Harrelson stars as the title misanthrope, Wilson, who reunites with his ex-wife (Laura Dern) whiel struggling to relate to people. Isabela Amara, Judy Greer and […]
If you weren’t coming to SPX before, you are now: this year’s edition will sotlight Fantagraphics’ 40 year anniversary with a TRUE all-star line-up including: Joe Sacco, Trina Robbins, Daniel Clowes and The Hernandez Brothers, Carol Tyler, Jim Woodring, Drew Friedman and Ed Piskor.
It’s Oscar week and who better to cover it for the New Yorker than former Oscar nominee Daniel Clowes himself. Clowes ultra-eagerly awaited graphic novel Patience hits in a few weeks. I’ve read it and it’s a mind blower. To say any more would be a spoiler. You know you’re going to read it anyway.
As reported yesterday, there has been international consternation over the 016 list of nominees for the Grand Prix, the lifetime achievement awards for cartoonists presented each year at the FIBD in Angoulême. While it broadened its scope from past years in including more non-French artists—including more manga-ka—it was 30 men, and that has led to […]
Daniel Clowes new graphic novel Patience drops in late winter and it’s sure to be the comic book event of the first half of 2016. Promised as a SF tale about time travel and love, it’s a powerful return for Clowes. And you’ll be able to get your copy signed, and doubtless hear a talk […]
This year’s Comic Arts Brooklyn Festival will be held November 7-8, in the same configuration as last year — exhibits on the Saturday and panels on the Sunday. AND NO EXHIBITS ON SUNDAY — there was some confusion about that last year but I’m sure everyone will get the drill this time. The poster, by […]
Photo by Abigail Huller, via Oakland Museum of California Q. Do you still work the same way you did 25 years ago, drawing by hand at a table? A. Yes. I was just at an antiquarian book fair, and I picked up this catalog for a cartooning correspondence course from 1921. There was a photo […]