From Raina Telegemeier to Todd Allen…
Yes, it’s that time of year again.
Like many, I first learned of Ben Dewey and his art through Autumnlands, where his luscious brushwork combines with Jordie Bellaire’s colors to breathe life into the animal-populated world. Since then I discovered his work as a cartoonist on Tragedy Series, Meowskertown, and interactive flowcharts where you can decide what kind of adventurer you are and […]
This story is happy, sad, eerie and empowering all at once.
Memorabilia By Sergio Ponchione Fantagraphics Books Italian cartoonist Ponchione has concocted a unique hybrid designed to highlight his own creative strengths while honoring those who have influenced him. Less a story than a meditation, Ponchione chronicles snatches of his working life that involve creating short comics about the comics legends that mean the most to […]
James Romberger and Jim Woodring in conversation – plus a Comic Arts Brooklyn report.
Ironically, Impostor Syndrome almost sounds like something out of an old comic book, but no such luck. It’s defined as a pattern of doubting your accomplishments and having a persistent, internalized fear of being exposed as a “fraud.” Many creatives, in particular, carry the burden of Impostor Syndrome. The doubt the syndrome brings with it […]
A mystery photo has emegred with a scene we’ve all longed to see for years.
French cartoonist Sébastien Samson’s graphic novel about running in the New York Marathon shows the universal language of the graphic novel.
Al Columbia is one of those cartoonist’s cartoonists whose body of work is as unforgettable as it is slim. His history includes a troubled stint as the artist on Alan Moore’s Big Numbers – a stint which ended with Columbia reportedly destroying a bunch of his art for the book. The incident was just part […]