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Monthly Archives: November 2007
I’ve blogged before about instructional and awareness comics that my friend Tom Furtwangler has produced over the years, often in collaboration with soon-to-be well-known alternative cartoonists, such as Jason Lutes or Dean Haspiel. This time, we present a two-page comic … Continue reading
Two rather exquisite Fleer comic ads, from Big Town #1 (1950) and #20 (1953), respectively.
Fermín Solís made this illustration to celebrate Madrid comic store Arte 9‘s 25th birthday. I’m not sure about the Tintin dude, but I do like the Batman in this picture.
Eli Kochalka, age 4, and son of James, is guest cartoonist on The Daily Cross Hatch. I like it – it’s good to see that imagination in hereditary !
The great Daniel Torres (not the actor), on the cover of the “Zero” issue of Spanish comics magazine Viñetas (thanks, Joan) .
I’ve been spending a lot of time on scans daily lately, since I find it quite amuzing to read other people’s thoughts and impressions of comic imagery, while I see the images themselves. It’s a live slide show at best, … Continue reading
Peter Van Dongen, mentioned before, did this incredible portrait of Dutch poet Remco Campert for the NRC-Handelsblad issue of november, 11. (thanks, mom)
Yesterday on The Simpsons : Art Spiegelman, Alan Moore and Dan Clowes appear at a cooler comics store than Comic Book Guy’s. More pictures at scans_daily.
The Flemish Agency for Children’s Rights published its yearly report yesterday. The sad news is that they once more received more complaints than the year before. The good news is that Nix did their website (with his cute-but-creepy heroes Kinky … Continue reading