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Sam Ombiri here – I was looking through old issues of The Believer hoping to find Dash Shaw and Jesse Moynihan’s comic about Lost. I didn’t know what issue of The Believer it was in, but as I was setting aside some suspects, I saw a portrait Charles Burns did of this one person whose work […]


Juan les presenta: Tierra de fanzines; Teen Wolf de Fosfatina Ediciones; Catalina Bu en La Polola;  Laura Andrea Garzón con Aidan Koch; Puño en el Tiempo; “Animal Collective” el cómic europeo de vanguardia; Los Space Riders se acercan; y MAS! ————————————————————————————————— Comics Workbook participará en dos festivales ESTE fin de semana: En el Reino Unido The Lakes International Comic […]


Aaron here today with CW festival events for this upcoming weekend; Chinese Comics; Agnes Martin; Dog City 3; Screening Dash Shaw; Reviewing Safe Distance; Some Notable Comics of Note ————————————————————————————————— Comics Workbook will be participating in 2 festivals this weekend in the U.S. and U.K. Cartoon Crossroads Columbus, October 13-16. We will be hosting workshops […]


Juan here with: this weekend’s Comics Workbook events in Kendal and Columbus; Carla Speed McNeil and Ben Katchor interviewed by Heidi McDonald; Frank Santoro’s SPX riff highlights; Igort’s “Ukrainian and Russian Notebooks”; Brandon Graham sketchbook comics; Fantagraphics and Matt Furie’s Pepe the Frog;  Chris Ware writes on Pushwagner’s Soft City; Ron Wimberly on The Lot Radio; Maxine Frank […]


Sally here with reviews of Sarah Glidden’s new book, some Village Voice features, Clara Jetsmark in The Nib, an odd new Washington Post strip, Anya Davidson, Jessica Campbell, and M. S. Harkness, and a funny Pittsburgh encounter. ————————————————————————————————— Sarah Glidden‘s Rolling Blackouts: Dispatches from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq (Drawn & Quarterly, October 2016) just landed […]


Sam Ombiri kicks off the day with thoughts on Paul Chan, Beckett, and the power of a “side project”. Sally Ingraham adds some insights from Kerry James Marshall and a Comics Workbook events and happenings roundup. ————————————————————————————————— Sam here: Paul Chan quit making art in 2008 because, as he put it, “I’ve had it”. I’m really not […]


Juan con: el tour de talleres de Comics Workbook; Rodrigo Elgueta y los Años de Allende; Natalia Silva en conversacíon con Sol Díaz Castillo y Marcela Trujillo; la llegada de Entreviñetas – Medellín; una venta paginas de Michael Deforge; Frank Santoro y el medallon de Pompeii. ————————————————————————————————— Comics Workbook participará en dos festivales la semana que viene: En […]


Aaron here today with CW in the UK (and USA); Best North American Comics; Alex Citrin Remembers Geneviève Castrée; Review of Dane Martin Comics; Tentacular Thinking; New CW Auction Items ————————————————————————————————— Comics Workbook will be participating in two festivals next week: One in the UK  The Lakes International Comic Art Festival, October 14-16. Join Frank […]


Juan here with a Comics Workbook October overview; Drawing as Language at Lucerne; Ben Katchor reading NYC; Michael DeForge drawings up for auction; and a unique collaboration between Frank Santoro and Airi Maeno. ————————————————————————————————— the October Happenings: CXC + LICAF October is here and that means that Comics Workbook is forming up like Voltron and coming at […]