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Category Archives: Comics
Just look at the many possibilities this government surplus item offers. And what a bargain! (From Hillman’s Real Clue Crime Stories, 1948)
If there’s any doubt about the esthetics that Ercola adhered to, just check this back cover illustration for the first issue of Spruit magazine (from 1972). It was created by Griffo, who would later go on to become a very … Continue reading
Spruit was a monthly comics magazine that ran in the early 1970′s. It was published by the visual design and art collective Ercola in Antwerp and was clearly influenced by American underground comic books. I’ve managed to track down three … Continue reading
You might get polio, according to Little Eva in 1956…
Karl Meersman is Belgium’s foremost caricaturists, with a weekly topical page in media weekly Focus. With all the attention going to Alan Moore on account of his being on the short list for the Grand Prix in Angoulême, and of … Continue reading
Pieter De Poortere never ceases to amaze when he drops a new Boerke/Dickie comic every week for Flemish media magazine Focus. Boerke’s latest feat casts him as a reincarnation of Mario, but in his case, he stays close to the … Continue reading
Andy Warner did a great comic on the one-man renovation job on the San Fransisco columbarium. It is a real tribute to persistence and dedication. The story was published in The Nib, Medium‘s quite vibrant comic corner (which you should follow).