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Category Archives: Web Comics
Like I said before, the shelves in my office are filled with books by people that seem to have disappeared from the face of the earth. Once the words from gods on my Olympos, their often faded spines now seem … 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
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
R. Sikoryak, probably best known for his Masterpiece Comics and Terms and Conditions feats, combined some of Donald Trump’s most outrageous quotes with classic comic covers in his 2017 book, The Unquotable Trump. For the past few months, he has … Continue reading
I love comics that play with the format, even if only in a clunky way. This strip, from the South African cartoonist Scribbly G, is a good panel gag. Nothing more to ad. (Via Reddit)
Meccano is a tiny little country in the south of Europe, where the rich do the bidding of the ultra-rich, and life is ruled by greed, hedonism and opportunism. Ever since Dutch atom style magician Hanco Kolk started chronicling life … Continue reading
In addition to his quite remarkable autobiographical strips, John “Nohj” Cullen likes to skirt the boundaries of what is possible in short comics with his Gramfel series, if not simply how far you can take a Garfield parody without getting … Continue reading
Illustrated PEN is a weekly feature on the PEN America website showcasing some of the best non-fiction and reportage comics around. The latest installment is a funny comic by Eric Orner about the joys and risks of taking a cab in Israel … Continue reading
In a series on the quite excellent Drawing The Times website, which is dedicated to journalism in comics format, Lebanese cartoonist Mazen Kerbaj takes a quite meta approach to the idea, and decides to document his search for a subject worthy … Continue reading
British comics creator Richard Cowdry takes a bit of the cake that Guy Delisle baked by following his partner on an adventure abroad. Can’t wait to read his impressions and thoughts on life in Tirana.