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Empezamos el día con Ghengis Con 2017; La Polola y #HumorAmenazado!


Aaron Cockle here today with Alyssa Berg; Art from Guantánamo Bay; Louise Bourgeois; David Hockney; SF&FB&ZF; Conor Stechschulte ————————————————————————————————— Handmade Riso Postcard Workshop with Alyssa Berg Join SVA RisoLab Fall 2017 Artist-in-Residence Alyssa Berg for a workshop exploring handmade layers for Risograph printing. After a brief introduction to the basics of Risograph printing and a […]


Caleb Orecchio here with thoughts on Peanuts, Ron Wimberly’s LAAB, and other news. ————————————————————————————————— Charles “Sparky” Schulz’s birthday was yesterday, he would have been 95. As we all know, Schulz created possibly the most iconic American comic strip, Peanuts. Ever think about how every single newspaper still carries Peanuts? Remember when Snoopy sold us life insurance and […]


Sally here with work by Jessica Campbell, Jessica Abel and Meg Lemke, Sophie Goldstein, and more! ————————————————————————————————— Hillary Brown talks House of Women with Sophie Goldstein on Paste Magazine. About the comic itself Hillary writes: “Alternately spiky and luscious, it draws you in by receding. She writes with economy, but the resulting story isn’t irritatingly […]


Sally here with Egyptian comics, cartoonists on immigration, and a Happy Thanksgiving. ————————————————————————————————— The Atlantic has a great article about Egypt’s cartoonists – sort of a scene report of the Cairo Comix Festival, which took place in September, and an on-the-ground report of the comics scene as a whole in Egypt, where telling the truth is […]


Berliac, Redlands, La Polola  y más!


Aaron Cockle here today with Amy Lockhart at Anthology Film Archives; Jerry Saltz on Bill Taylor; Austin English on ‘Feininger’s Grandkids’; Spearfishing Explained (in comics format) ————————————————————————————————— SHOW & TELL: AMY LOCKHART At Anthology Film Archives, Thursday, December 7, 7:30pm An animator with a style and sensibility entirely her own, Amy Lockhart has been drawing […]


Caleb Orecchio here with some Marvel comics colored by thee great Françoise Mouly, and other news. ————————————————————————————————— “Years and years and years ago I colored comics for Marvel, and I didn’t feel comfortable in that world at all as a woman. But things have changed; I’m now running into women in their twenties and early […]


Sally here with Jillian Fleck’s Lake Jehovah, comics from Glynnis Fawkes, Gabrielle Bell, and Leslie Stein, plus the latest word from Kelly Sue DeConnick – and plenty more! ————————————————————————————————— I had a chance to read Jillian Fleck‘s first book – Lake Jehovah – yesterday, while hanging out at Copacetic Comics. I’ve been a fan of […]


Sam Ombiri on Anders Nilsen’s Tongues – plus news from Ronald Wimberly, and Ramón Esono Ebalé. ————————————————————————————————— Sam Ombiri here: Anders Nilsen’s most recent book – Tongues – was fantastic. (For a quick overview read Bill Boichel’s description HERE.) I hesitate to refer to it as a “culmination”. It feels like Anders is coming back to […]