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On October 14th, a statue commemorating alternative comics godfather Harvey Pekar was unveiled at the Cleveland Heights-University Heights Library in Cleveland, Ohio, an institution that was more than instrumental in his work. The statue shows Pekar in a typical, shrugging stance, … Continue reading
Together with dance company Pilobolus, cartoonist Art Spiegelman created Hapless Hooligan in ‘Still Moving’, a dance performance featuring the tragicomic tale of Hap and Lulu, separated in life and reunited after death. Backed by a score made of early jazz … Continue reading
Toon Books is presenting a couple of their books as online read-along books, with dialogue read aloud in as many as five languages. That’s not only a good promotional tool for the delightful early reader books that they bring out, … Continue reading
Austin Kleon went to a talk between Robert Crumb, Art Spiegelman and Françoise Mouly. And he took notes as only he can. (artwork © Austin Kleon – Creative Commons license)
In the Washington Post, Art Spiegelman recounts the shameful story of 900 Jewish refugees who were denied entry into the US in 1942 and were forced to sail back to Europe, and certain death. It’s a gripping tale, especially thanks … Continue reading
The Blue Barnhouse pointed me towards this quite neat trailer for Art Spiegelman’s new sketchbook collection, Be A Nose, which they describe as follows : Art Spiegelman, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Maus, creator of Wacky Packs and the Garbage … Continue reading
Art Spiegelman has provided the cover for the Spring 2008 issue of the Virginia Quarterly Review, which, as you see, also features new work by Chris Ware.