John Seven reviews ‘Cannonball’
Sad news about a classic cartoonist.
James Romberger and Jim Woodring in conversation – plus a Comic Arts Brooklyn report.
Here’s the second part of our epic list of new books debuting at today’s Comic Arts Brooklyn show at Pratt. More info on the show here. You can find Part 1 of the debut list here. BTW many book are debuting we didn’t even get to including books by Nicholas Gurewitz and the Silver Sprocket crew. […]
The Mormon ascent into wider cultural awareness has not been under the best circumstances. It’s involved revelations about the fringe of it with the abduction of Elizabeth Smart and reality television shows that mostly focused on polygamy. In 2012 former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney ran for president as a Republican, but what might have been […]
It’s time for our annual look at some of the comics coming out for this weekend’s MoCCA Festival, being held this year at Center 548, is located at 548 W. 22nd Street, just off the Westside Highway, with programming at the High Line Hotel on West 20th Street and 10th Avenue. And here’s the books […]
Here for your perusal, I examine a pile of worthy comics and graphic novelish books that I have found in my travels to Brooklyn; from a few book release parties at Bergen Street Comics, The Brooklyn Book Festival and most recently, Desert Island owner Gabe Fowler’s brand spanking new Comic Arts Brooklyn festival. ______________________________________________________________ […]
As we mentioned earlier in the week, Uncivilized Books won the Sam Alden Derby and will be putting out the first collection of the up-and-coming cartooner’s work. And now he’s tweeted the title and the cover: Here's the cover for "It Never Happened Again", my first collection from with Uncivilized Books! eeee pic.twitter.com/9DlnvTe3vm — Sam […]
One of the “It” cartoonists at this year’s SPX was definitely Sam Alden, who took home the Most Promising New Talent Ignatz, and was generally mentioned by many people as a cartoonist to watch. While he’s yet to team-up with a “home” publisher, Uncivilized Books will be the first to put out an Alden collection. […]
2012 Ignatz Award nominee for Outstanding Online Comic, Gabrielle Bell, is reading from her new collection, Voyeurs (Uncivilized Books) tonight at LA’s Skylight Books. The reading will be followed by a discussion and signing. Come on down, people, this is gonna be a good one. Here’s the info: When: Tonight, Friday, October 5, 7:30 PM […]