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Tag Archives: David Lasky
To celebrate International Cash Day (or, the birthday of the Man in Black) on February 26, Seattle radio KEXP invited cartoonist David Lasky to create a short strip about 1968, possibly the most consequential year in Johnny Cash‘s life. One … Continue reading
Coinciding with Superman’s 75th birthday last week, David Lasky posted this recent comic on his Facebook feed. I love how he weaves the history of the comic with the mythos into one big lament of its creators’ fate. (comic © … Continue reading
In these times of festivities, pay some thought to those who work hard to provide all the necessities for that festive spirit. Such as David Lasky in his disguise as Bread Delivery Man, from the December 2012 issue of The … Continue reading
David Lasky and Frank M. Young have been working on a graphic novel biography of seminal roots and country music pioneers the Carter Family for quite a while, but only now they have made the first pages from the book … Continue reading
What better subject for another 24-hour comic, than the creation of another 24-hour comic ? Ladies and gentlemen, it’s the Lasky report ! (artwork © David Lasky)