Posts Tagged ‘Ted Rall’

Sex Can be Dangerous: Ask Ted Rall

Posted by on May 31st, 2010 at 12:01 AM
Ted Rall says he wrote his coyly entitled graphic memoir The Year of Loving Dangerously (128 6x9-inch pages, color; NBM ComicLit $18.95) partly as “a reaction against the fey, pathetic archetype that defines so many other cartoonists’ personal narratives in which guys declaim their masturbatory nerddom to an uncaring world” with “relentless portrayal of unattractive qualities and male insecurities often combined with extremely beautiful and technically accomplished artwork.” *Contains NSFW images.

Screwed: The Year of Loving Dangerously

Posted by on February 15th, 2010 at 5:41 AM
Rob reviews Ted Rall's new memoir comic, THE YEAR OF LOVING DANGEROUSLY (NBM), drawn by Pedro Callejo.

TCJ 300 Conversations: Ted Rall & Matt Bors

Posted by on December 23rd, 2009 at 3:55 AM

 

Syndicated since 1991, Ted Rall has been considered the “bad boy” of American editorial cartooning since at least 2001, when his “war on terror”-related anti-Bush cartoons landed him on right-wing hit lists like Bernard Goldberg’s best-selling book 100 People

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