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INTERVIEW: ARCHIE’S Fernando Ruiz on Life and Work at The Kubert...

Anyone who has ever worked with Fernando Ruiz or benefitted from his teaching skills knows what a seriously impressive contributor he is to the...

Will Eisner Week is coming in March

It's more than a week, but not quite a fortnight: from March 1-10 Will Eisner Week will be celebrated nationwide with events promoting reading graphic novels and celebrating the man most associated with pioneering the form.

Preview: Comics About Cartoonists: The World’s Oddest Profession

Before "meta" was physical, before Modernism became Posted, before Art Popped, cartoonists drew stories about cartoonists and cartooning! Some of it was autobiographical (or possibly...

On the Scene: Eisner in the Snow at MoCCA/Society of Illustrators

With a nor’easter blowing in at increasing velocity on November 7th, a full house still turned out for the first of the newly partnered...

Frankenstorm Reading: Weathering the Evacuation Blues

On Sunday, I went out and got groceries from the already Walking Dead-like store with its empty shelves and zombie walkers and then I...

Will Eisner Graphic Novel Prize for Libraries to debut at ALA...

We all know (or should know!) how important Will Eisner was to the comics artform. Something an increasing number of people know is how important libraries are to getting more and more people to read comics and graphic novels. So it makes sense that a Graphic Novel Prize for Libraries would be named for Eisner.

SXSWi 2011: Immortality in a Digi-Physical Age

With the continuing tradition of the band poster convention, FLATSTOCK, in Austin and the gaggles* of cartoonists, designers and journalists, there is no surprise that one of the Interactive panels focused on How Print Design is the Future of Interaction. One full room of print people eagerly waiting to hear what only one man, Mike Kruzeniski, had in mind. Kruzeniski works for Microsoft and is key in the development of the Windows Phone 7.