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Monthly Archives: March 2009
Big news in the Belgian daily De Standaard : everybody’s favorite all-american disfunctional youngster Bart Simpson turns out to be a Tintin fan. In the episode In the name of the grandfather, the Simpson family takes a trip through Europe, … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I posted cartoony ads as spotlighted on Ads of the World, but this one is quite nice. From Brazil, with art by Adriano Marcusso. (click through for full size)
Again, one of those peeks into the creative process of a cartoonist. This time it’s Dave Gibbons painting Watchmen‘s maverick vigilante, Rorschach. (via Tor)
For March 26 issue of the New York Times, Alison Bechdel, author of Fun House (which, to be completely honest, left me speechless), reviewed the book, A Pocket History of Sex in the Twentieth Century by Jane Vandenburgh. As an occasional reviewer myself, … Continue reading
Adam Koford’s Laughing-Out-Loud Cats, never shying away from formalistic hijinx, really broke the fourth wall this time. Can I haz Pirandello ? (cartoon © Adam Koford)
Much like Bill Sienkiewicz’s Stray Toasters, David Mazzucchelli‘s Rubber Blanket and Dave McKean’s Cages, Alan Moore and Bill Sienkiewicz’s Big Numbers is a comic of almost epic proportions. The fact that the book was axed after only two issues, with … Continue reading
A nice big rug with a Geo. McManus design. And that’s all I know about it 😉