It’s time for our monthly Fried Pie variant reveals. This time we have X-Men Grand Design done by series writer/artist Ed Piskor. This series is a Histroy time line of the X-men done in the style of HIp Hop Famly Tree and if this cover doesn’t get you amped up…may Cyclops fry […]
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.
§ After watching the new Avengers trailers several dozen times, going frame by frame, I think I can reveal a shocking twist:
Cartoonists doing thing, blabbing about it.
Ed Piskor’s HIP HOP FAMILY TREE is one of the cooler comics of the season—a detailed history of the music and the people who made it drawn in an obsessively retro style—and he’s getting a bunch of deserved press, including the above video from Time Magazine. He also sat down for an interview with Tom […]
[Photo courtesy of SPX] By Adam McGovern One of the final panels of SPX 2013 was about fruitful points of departure. “Paying Tribute: Traditions of Style,” hosted by Joe McCulloch and featuring comics re-creators Ed Piskor, Jim Rugg, Tom Scioli, Seth and R. Sikoryak, navigated the spacetime crossovers and dimensional leaps of writer-artists who assemble […]
I guess it’s all come full circle now.
Continuing today’s trend of Ed Piskor webcomics at hugely successful blogs, his new strip Brain Rot is now running at Boing Boing, the memaw of all blogs. Piskor’s Wizzywig, a comic about the history of hacking, recently wrapped, and the new one looks to be both personal and created in a style to ape aging Silver Age comics.