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Category Archives: Comics
Before he became the writer for long-running series like Robin Dubois, Léonard, Clifton and Lucky Luke, Belgian comics creator Bob De Groot was an artist in his own right. For French comics weekly Pilote he used to make short stories, … Continue reading
On the website of Home, the centre for contemporary art, theatre, film and more in Manchester (UK), cartoonist and illustrator Nick Burton has been running a weekly comic for almost a year now that eerily (and probably quite purposefully) coincides … Continue reading
I feel like I’m reposting stuff these days that may be strange or new to me, but is probably common knowledge in other parts of the world. Take this little titbit here, that I came across during (another) Facebook thrawl. … Continue reading
In 2001 Danish artist Ole Ahlberg joined the ranks of those who thought they could do what they wanted with Tintin and the rest of Hergé’s creations: he got sued by Moulinsart. But contrary to what would be expected, he … Continue reading
It takes a special kind of cartoonist to combine record levels of snow with a general advice to keep wearing masks to battle the spread of Covid-19 and the hint of hope that vaccination may provide, presented with a bright, … Continue reading
While doing a late-night thrawl through Facebook (a very unhealthy habit, I know) I came across this little curiosity. Before Corto Maltese became one of the ultimate cult heroes of serious comics aficionadoes the world over, in the late 70s … Continue reading
In the most recent installment of the Drawn to MoMA series, Ben Passmore tells a tale of disconnect, and of life imitating art imitating life talking about it. This is tough, indeed. While you’re there, also check out previous contributions … Continue reading
We are back in August 1967, the Summer of Love, and Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and then girlfriend Marianne Faithfull are boarding a plane at Heathrow. Keen eyes will have noticed that Faithfull is not clutching some beauty mag that … Continue reading
In order to raise awareness about diseases with young people and pop culture fans, in 2019 the Taiwan Centre for Disease Control asked a number of local comic artists and illustrators to contribute to a calendar that featured personifications of … Continue reading