Tom Brevoort takes us into the Stan and Jack creaive dynamic.
Plus what on earth is Kevin Feige saying NOW?
The Scott Eder Gallery in Jersey City has a super cool show opening tonight; Graphic Alt Comics with art by Gabrielle Bell, Tommi Parrish, Mary Fleener, Powerpaola, Trina Robbins, Conxita Herrero, Lauren Weinstein and Gina Wynbrandt. It’s a fantastic mix of groundbreaking veteran cartoonists and some of today’s hottest stars, co-curated by agent Alessandra Sternfeld. Tonigths opening […]
I'm flattered to learn that Marvel and Kleenex have been perusing my Tumblr archive. pic.twitter.com/IVerflBagr — Jesse Hamm (@jesse_hamm) February 14, 2018 § Spiders do spin webs out of their butts, so why not kleenex? This is perfect branding. § Happy Valentine’s Day! Back when people mailed things, it was my greatest joy to buy […]
If you’re like me, you have a soft spot for comics featuring animals. Maybe it’s a throwback to my first set of plastic Noah’s Ark creatures. Maybe it’s my collective unconscious memory of Ripley’s Believe It or Not. Anyway if you share this interest, you will like these free Nature comics, produced by “Channel Thirteen” […]
Following a storied history and a sad decline in the digital era, The Village Voice is publishing comics again with new strips by Lauren Weinstein and Karl Stevens.
At home in the warmer months, recovering from neck surgery, cartoonist Lauren Weinstein gifts us with Flower Voyeur, a slice of the circle of life comic that ‘s very appropriate as we heda for the dog days of August. Weinstein’s Carriers, about learning she and her husband might pass cystic fibrosis on to their child, […]
Lauren Weinstein is running a five part webcomic at Nautilus about discovering that both she and her husband (TCJ.com editor Tim Hodler) were carriers of the cystic fibrosis gene, and their unborn child had a 25% chance of having the incurable disease.
Lauren Weinstein has been posting a few gag comics. They are VERY NSFW, so NSFW that I could only post an excerpt from one. There are only a couple up so please so encourage her to do more.
Studies show January 17th is the most depressing day of the year, but Lauren Weinstein does a fun job of capturing January 3 with The Merry Mulcher .