The best part of being at the festival in AngoulÃªme is the general feeling of comics being accepted as a valid cultural art form. This acceptance runs on all levels of society, one example being the big statue of HergÃ©, …
At HU, the internet meme/troll known as cough syrup wonders about comics.…
Some advice from a trio of cartoonists
Alex Buchet looks at the contribution of British comics to the English language.
Rob reviews Only Skin #6, by Sean Ford; Mr. Cellar’s Attic, by Noel Freibert; and Courtship of Ms. Smith, by Alexis Frederick-Frost.
Only Skin #6, by Sean Ford. Ford’s series will be collected by Secret Acres …
Chris Ware talks to Matthias Wivel; R.C. Harvey looks at Smurfs creator Peyo and tells us what it means to write comics; Rob Clough and Rich Kreiner cover minis from up-and-comers such as Alexis Frederick-Frost and Colin Tedford; and our foreign correspondents on all the latest from AngoulÃªme.
R.C. Harvey on comic strips and “Logic Gone Sane.”
Rob Clough concluded his three-part series on recent D&Q issues with a look at the final installment of Anders Nilsen’s Big Questions.
Rob Clough worked through his tcj.com slush pile.
R.C. Harvey looked at comic strips that tackled religious subject matter.
Rich Kreiner touted Tag Team.
Rob Clough looked at Adrian Tomine’s Scenes from an Impending Marriage through the prism of wedding-induced psychosis.
R.C. Harvey looked at some pictures.
He also praised X-9: Secret Agent Corrigan by Al Williamson and Archie Goodwin.
Rob Clough was curious about Curio Cabinet.
Bart Croonenborghs also took a side-trip through the Mountains of Madness.
Sean Michael Robinson leaves food for thought for the weekend with his analysis of The Simpsons Child Pornography case.