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A Year of Free Comics: Julia Wertz on her Creepy Experience...

A True Story About Reading Pet Sematary As A Ten Year Old is a perfect way to get to know Julia Wertz comics

A Year of Free Comics: Summer Pierre Reads the Letters of...

What does Sylvia Plath's letter correspondence tells us about her life?

Review: Liana Finck’s ‘Passing For Human’ gets to the core of...

One of the things I like best about Liana Finck is her ability to not only be the only thing like her in comics...

A Year of Free Comics: Emily Flake’s “Young and Dumb Inside”...

We've never been stingy with praise of Emily Flake here. Her Lulu Eightball webcomic skewered millennial life before we never even knew what to...

INTERVIEW: Frank Viva on Narrative Experimentation and Graphic Design in SEA...

Francoise Mouly "said to me on several occasions that she doesn’t really want to be doing what other book publishers are doing. Why should I? There’s lots of them out there doing that. Let’s try some new stuff. That is her attitude. She loves experimentation."

Nice Art: Jaime Hernandez hot dogs the New Yorker

   The New Yorker has been on a recent run of covers by cartoonists, with Chris Ware and Daniel Clowes doing recent covers. Now Jaime...

Nice Art: Adrian Tomine’s New Yorker cover gallery a snapshot of...

Adrian Tomine, whose collection Killing and Dying is what everyone is going to be talking about this fall, has the cover of this week's New Yorker and it's s typically note perfect image of gentrification in the face of raw sewage, otherwise known as Life In These Here Five Boroughs. The above link has a gallery of Tomine's other covers and they are all equally perfect, although I'm particularly partial to the one about moving to Jersey. Others love this updated "Shop round the Corner" image from 2008.

Adrian Tomine covers The New Yorker with 9/11 Memorial

This week's New Yorker has a cover by Adrian Tomine, and he discusses it inside the magazine: “When I heard that the 9/11 memorial and...

Exclusive: Boom announces more of Shannon Wheeler’s cartoons in I DON’T...

You've got to be pretty funny when your rejected cartoons win an Eisner, but that's what happened to Shannon Wheeler (Too Much Coffee Man)...

On the Scene: Denver Comic Con 2013, Life as a Moving...

William Kuskin, Ph.D., of the University of Colorado, Boulder, introduced Denver Comic Con’s keynote speaker, cartoonist Chris Ware, as a man who presents “honesty”...