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Category Archives: Comics
Even though they’re gramatically borderline pidgin, I like the art (and the message) in these pro bono campaigns by Aquatro (Brazil). Artwork by Dudu Fonseca. (via Ads of the World)
Astérix Chez Les Pictes, which was published in October of 2013, was the first story about the little Gaul for which the art was not by series co-creator Albert Uderzo, but rather by Didier Conrad. As is quite often the … Continue reading
35 years after they included mini-comics featuring DC heroes in their cereal boxes, General Mills have once again opened the lid for the Justice League. Four exclusive books will be included in assorted cereal brands (and a fifth one exclusively … Continue reading
In November, 1977, High Times magazine published an interview with R. Crumb. Nothing out of the ordinary there : two counterculture legends meeting for a civil heart to heart. What’s different is that Crumb presented the interview in a six … Continue reading
Following up on last week’s posts with comics from Spruit #1, I present you the awesome This World Made By You And Me from Spruit #2, created by cartoonist and designer Luc Carlens. I used the version as was reprinted in Ciso Stripgids # 17 in … Continue reading
Comics may be a trivial cultural product (if you don’t count derivatives like almost any grossing movie), but at least one of its glyphs seems to have become the predominant image to denote “two-way communication” : the humble balloon. Instead … Continue reading
Elusive cartoon superstar Bill Watterson, celebrated creator of Calvin and Hobbes and very much off the radar since that strip’s demise, clearly hasn’t lost his touch. He created the poster for the new documentary Stripped, a feature-length love song to … Continue reading