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06/23/2017

Sally here with plenty of things to dig into this week – Jenny Zervakis’ The Complete Strange Growths; the new Warmer anthology; a lively discussion of “youth-comics”; and much more. ————————————————————————————————— The Complete Strange Growths 1991-1997 by Jenny Zervakis (lovingly published by John Porcellino via Spit and a Half Distro, 2017) is one of the […]

06/22/2017

Sam Ombiri brings thoughts on C.F.’s Powr Mastrs 3 – plus other links and comics for your Thursday! ————————————————————————————————— Sam Ombiri here: I read Powr Mastrs 3 by CF very often. Very, very often. Even more often than Powr Mastrs 2, but that could just be a result of me lending it to someone else. Powr […]

06/21/2017

Empezamos el día conFebrero para galgos de Peter Jojaio; Frank Santoro en vivo;Pati Aguilera e Isabel Molina; Galería Plop!; Álvaro Pons; y los tebeos de Comics Workbook! ————————————————————————————————— Peter Jojaio: La Violencia de lo Sublime Elizabeth Casillas comparte sus impresiones sobre una de las mejores sorpresas que nos ha llevado este año: Febrero para galgos de Peter Jojaio en Revista Cactus: Febrero […]

06/20/2017

Aaron Cockle here today with Lauren Weinstein; Jillian Tamaki; Ad Reinhardt; Georgia O’Keeffe; Kriota Willberg; Snail Farm & Friends Book Fair ————————————————————————————————— Normel Person Lauren Weinstein continues her strong run of weekly strips at the Village Voice.  ————————————————————————————————— ‘Each story shifts emotional and visual register.’ Jillian Tamaki’s new book, Boundless, receives another solid review, this […]

06/19/2017

Caleb Orecchio here with brotherly love between Los Bros Hernandez, and my own brother. And, as always, links. ————————————————————————————————— Hello Friends, I’ve been thinking a lot lately about “Easter Hunt,” the collaboration between “1967 Gilbert” and “1993 Jaime.” These thoughts arrived in tandem with the recovering of my baby brother’s childhood drawings. My little brother […]

06/16/2017

Sally here with Tatiana Gill; graphic medicine; the new superwomen and their fresh talk; Karen Green’s life in comics. ————————————————————————————————— Adam Griffiths attended “FRESH TALK: Who are the new superwomen of the universe?” at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in D.C., on June 14th, 2017. He sent these notes for me to share […]

06/15/2017

Sally here with Shannon Wright, Jillian Tamaki, Adam Griffiths, and James Baldwin to get your Thursday morning started! ————————————————————————————————— Shannon Wright made this comic to share with her followers on Instagram this week (@shannondrewthis) and it speaks volumes to her recent experiences as a young, talented artist who has recently gained a lot of attention. […]

06/14/2017

Empezamos el día con Alexis Ziritt, Fabian Rangel Jr.; Power Paola; La Polola;Vincente Jose Cociña; Tenderete Fest 14; Casa Ajena; Begoña García-Alén; Sol Díaz; y los tebeos de Comics Workbook! ————————————————————————————————— To celebrate the arrival of Alexis Ziritt and Fabian Rangel Jr.’s, return to North American bookshelves with the hardcover graphic novel, Tarantula. Vault of Midnight Detroit hit up […]

06/13/2017

Aaron Cockle here today with The ClairFree System; Pope Hats; Blind Spot and Black Paper; The Republic of Samsung; Printer Steganography ————————————————————————————————— ‘Here, she explains the inspiration behind her images and what she hopes readers to take from her work.’ Sally linked to this piece this past Friday, Claire Landsbaum asked Jillian Tamaki to dissect some of […]

06/12/2017

Caleb Orecchio here with some thoughts on Brighter Than You Think: Ten Short Works by Alan Moore—plus some links ————————————————————————————————— Though Alan Moore has not really drawn a comic since the late 70’s, he is so obviously the auteur of the comics he writes that I am tempted to consider him a “cartoonist.” I mean, not […]