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Sacred Conversation – Jack Brougham

Made in 2014 by Jack Brougham for Comics Workbook, Sacred Conversation is a short comic about time. Here you’ll find lush digital color work that milks loose pencils and inks for all that their worth. A loose and lively conversation between all narrative elements. Presented below is the full comic as it appeared on Comics Workbook. Jack Brougham  lives and works […]

Colonialism – Warren Craghead

Made in 2013 by Warren Craghead for Comics Workbook, Colonialism is a series of wild little one page comics. Poetic comics that mix observational drawings and notes with reflections, while dancing in a playful blend of digital and analogue drawing. Presented below is the full series as it appeared on Comics Workbook. Warren Craghead III lives in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA […]

Unattainable by GG

Made in 2015 by GG for Comics Workbook, Unattainable is a short story that explores control and boundaries in digitally mediated life. This comic presents a stark glimpse at a personal disaster in a muted, corporatized society. Presented below is the full comic as it appeared on Comics Workbook. From GG: One of my goals for 2016 is to find a way to keep making […]

In Pieces: Someplace Which I Call Home (2/4)

This is the second installment of a new graphic novel:In Pieces: Someplace Which I Call Home by Kurt Ankeny, creator of Saltwater Snow and A Bomb, and co-author of the Santoro School Handbook for Making Better Comics. In Pieces: Someplace Which I Call Home is a collage-portrait of a small New England town. Read it below and […]

Cottonopolis – Oliver East

Made from November 2014 through January 2015 by Oliver East for Comics Workbook, Cottonopolis is a series of 6 panel comics that, among other things, blurs the lines between the historical documentation of a place and the documentation of identity. In their own mysterious way, these comics unpack moments in a life that swirls in the history of Manchester, UK

In Pieces: Someplace Which I Call Home (1/4)

This is the first installment of a new graphic novel:In Pieces: Someplace Which I Call Home by Kurt Ankeny, creator of Saltwater Snow and A Bomb, and co-author of the Santoro School Handbook for Making Better Comics. In Pieces: Someplace Which I Call Home is a collage-portrait of a small New England town. Read it below […]

Gwai-Lo of the Heart – Berliac

Made in 2015 by Berliac for Comics Workbook, Gwai-Lo of the Heart is a clever and mysteriously striking series of 4 panel comics that, among other things, plays with the associations usually made with the West’s gaze towards manga. These little comics pack a poetic punch. Presented below is Berliac’s full series. Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, […]

Drawing Antonioni – Laila Milevski

Drawn by Laila Milevski in 2014 for Comics Workbook, this series is “an exploration of visual mechanisms and themes in the Antonioni movies L’avventura and La notte…narrated by the mild-mannered, neurotic man who is drawing the comics.” Presented below is the L’avventura part of the series. Laila Milevski is a Somerville, MA, based cartoonist and design assistant at Candlewick Press. Her […]

The Elements of Painting – Aidan Koch

We’re pleased to feature Aidan Koch’s The Elements of Painting. These strips were originally created for and featured on Comics Workbook in 2013. The full collection is now a 14pg, b/w offset on newsprint in an edition of 500. You can buy it directly from Aidan Koch on her site. AIDAN KOCH was born in Seattle, WA and currently […]