Showing posts with label Tom Tomorrow. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tom Tomorrow. Show all posts

Saturday, October 03, 2009

Comics Riff on Tomorrow

Tom Tomorrow that is - Cavna has an interview online at Comic Riffs. The closest that This Modern World runs is in the Baltimore City Paper, I think.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

NY Times continues to be the comics fan's paper

In today's paper - Tom Tomorrow's cover for Pearl Jam - Bad Luck Turns Good: That's Rock 'n' Roll, By BEN SISARIO, September 8, 2009.

In tomorrow's - a story on a Disneyana exhibit - Blowing the Pixie Dust Off Disney’s Archives, By BROOKS BARNES, September 9, 2009

Thursday, October 02, 2008

The Uncertain Future: Tom Tomorrow

Written by Glenn Dixon

Posted By Express at 12:01 AM on October 2, 2008

This is one of 4 articles in the Express today - two other interviews are linked in separated posts, there was a wire service story on Spider-Man and Stephen Colbert and finally an online interview with Ian Rankin is also linked in another post.
» Politics & Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW; Fri., Oct. 3, with Lynda Barry, 7 p.m.; Tomorrow, 9 p.m., free; 202-364-1919. (Van Ness-UDC)

Thursday, September 25, 2008

Cartoonists at Politics and Prose and Crafty Bastards

Politics and Prose press release had this in it. Note Our Man Thompson in Adams Morgan this Sunday!

Small Press Expo 2008 will be held the weekend of October 4-5 at the Marriott Bethesda North Hotel and Conference Center in Bethesda, MD. Now in its 13th year, SPX is the preeminent showcase for the exhibition of independent comic books and the discovery of new creative talent. More information is available at

In conjunction with SPX, P&P is hosting three events. On Friday, October 3, at 7 p.m.Lynda Barry (WHAT IT IS) and at 9 p.m. Tom Tomorrow (THE FUTURE’S SO BRIGHT I CAN’T BEAR TO LOOK) will be appearing at the bookstore.

Politics and Prose is also participating in Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair, on Sunday, September 28, at Marie Reed Learning Center in Adams Morgan. Come by the P&P booth at 1 p.m. to meet Richard Thompson, who will be signing copies of his CUL DE SAC.
For more information, see .

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Small Press Expo Presents Tom Tomorrow and Lloyd Dangle in “Outside Looking In: Alternative Political Cartooning in 2008”

Small Press Expo Presents Tom Tomorrow and Lloyd Dangle in “Outside Looking In: Alternative Political Cartooning in 2008”

For Immediate Release
Contact: Warren Bernard
Phone: 301-537-4615

Bethesda, Maryland; August 26, 2008 - Small Press Expo (SPX) 2008 will hold a special series of panel discussions, presentations, interviews and book signings in conjunction with the upcoming Presidential and National elections. Outside Looking In: Alternative Political Cartooning In 2008 will look back at the last 8 years and forward to the 2008 elections and beyond. Outside Looking In will survey the political landscape and how the field of political cartooning is adjusting to technology and business changes in the 21st Century.

Making a very rare comic convention appearance in conjunction with Outside Looking In is the award winning cartoonist, Tom Tomorrow, one of the pioneers in the alternative political cartooning field. The creator of the strip This Modern World and its protagonist, Sparky The Wonder Penguin, will promote his newly released book, The Future Is So Bright I Can’t Bare To Look!. Visit Mr. Tomorrow’s web site at

Attending SPX as a guest for the first time in many years is the creator of the long running social and political cartoon series Troubletown, Lloyd Dangle. Mr. Dangle also has a new book out, Troubletown, I Told You So!. See his cartoons at

Both Mr. Tomorrow and Mr. Dangle will be participants in panel discussions and will be available for signing their latest books over the two day event.

Outside Looking In events are included in the SPX admission fee of $8 for 1 day and $15 for both days

The best alternative political cartoonists in the United States will be added over the next few weeks to “Outside Looking In”, please stay tuned for those announcements.

This year, SPX will be held Saturday, October 4 from 11AM to 7PM and Sunday, October 5 noon-6PM at The North Bethesda Marriott Convention Center in Bethesda, Maryland.

For further information on the artists or to request an interview, please contact Warren Bernard at

SPX, a non-profit organization, brings together more than 300 artists and publishers to meet their readers, booksellers and distributors each year. Graphic novels, political cartoon books and alternative comics will all be on display and for sale by their authors and illustrators. A series of panel discussions will also be held of interest to readers, academicians and creators of graphic novels and political cartoons.

SPX culminates with the presentation of the 12th Annual Ignatz Awards for outstanding achievement in comics and cartooning that will occur Saturday night, October 4. The Ignatz is the first Festival Prize in the US comic book industry, with winners chosen by balloting during the SPX.

As in previous years, all profits from the SPX will go to support the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF), protecting the First Amendment rights of comic book readers and professionals. For more information on the CBLDF, go to their website at

Founded in 1994, SPX is North America's premier alternative comic-book and graphic novel festival. This annual event brings together comic creators, publishers and fans together to celebrate the art of visual storytelling.