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Tag Archives: Dan Zettwoch
USS Catastrophe’s Kevin H and Dan Zettwoch produced a seven-page story for the Riverfront Times on the stench that the city of St Louis sometimes seems to be drenched in. It’s a very enjoyable ramble on all kinds of things, … Continue reading
Dan Zettwoch did the cover for this year’s current Simpsons Treehouse Of Horror special in his own, trademark style. Check out his blog for early sketches, and for info on an expo at Family in LA, where Sammy Harkham, Matt … Continue reading
It’s always fun to discover new stuff by your favorite illustrators in places where you wouldn’t expect them. Together with the people at 600series/infoshots, Dan Zettwoch has been doing some infographics on manly issues for the Manolith website. Their most … Continue reading
Amazing Facts… and beyond is a webcomic by Ted May, Kevin Huizenga and Dan Zettwoch, presenting interesting and, indeed, amazing tidbits of information about the world at large, history, inventions, your body, comics and whatever the authors are obsessed with … Continue reading
Dan Zettwoch published a five page strip in the most recent issue of Comic Art Magazine, in which he runs through different techniques and technologies used in small press outfits from the mimeographs of the sixties up until these days’ … Continue reading
I’d been reading Dan Zettwoch‘s journal (Zettwoch’s Suitcase) for a while (and blogged about his Festivus poster) when I met him a couple of weeks ago in Angoulème. He was working at the Buenaventura Press table in the small press … Continue reading
I’m currently catching up with my zillion rss feeds, and discovering gems by the truckload. Cartoonist Dan Zettwoch, for example, has created a beautiful Festivus poster. What’s more, he even presents us with a step-by-step breakdown of his creative and … Continue reading