Sunday, November 21, 2021

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 11/20/2021

Facebook has been refusing to let me post multiple times in one day to the current Comics Research Bibliography page. The original (long out of date page) is archived by the Library of Congress here. 2012 and 2018 print editions can be bought here, and you can buy the 2020 e-book version directly from me.

So here are the citations that should have been on Facebook yesterday and today, some of which probably did post there.

Duncan, R. and Smith, M.J., 2021. Grassroots Comics in India: Activism through Diffusion of Innovations. New Area Studies, 2(1), pp.115–138.

Online at


London to Glasgow and back again: BEFORE THE CARTOON [William Heath, Robert Seymour, George Cruikshank]

by John Adcock

Yesterday's Papers blog November 19, 2021


2022 Canadian Price Variant Guide Released Online

Scoop November 19 2021


Convention Recap: Clifton Comic Book Expo

Contributed by collector and Overstreet Advisor Art Cloos

Photos by Alice Cloos

Scoop November 19 2021


Fantagraphics Books November 19 2021

Red Room: the Antisocial Network Virtual Book Event with Ed Piskor and Ariell Johnson at Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse

Ariell Johnson


Jim Thompson on Judging the Eisner Awards

Scoop November 19 2021


Ep. 37: A Drunken Dream and Other Stories by Moto Hagio

Christopher Butcher et al

November 16, 2021


150 Years Of American Comics, From Uncle Sam To The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Jenn White

WAMU's 1A Nov 16, 2021


House Removes Paul Gosar From Anime And Manga Committee [satire]

November 18 2021


Why do cartoonists struggle to break America? [New Yorker gag cartoons]

Nick Newman

From magazine issue: 20 November 2021


The Legacy of Pulitzer-Prize Winning Cartoonist Bill Mauldin: An Interview with Biographer Todd DePastino

by Robin Lindley

History News Network


Russell Johnson and "Mister Oswald": A Tale of Two Proprietors

Rob Stolzer

Hogan's Alley 10

online at


Modern cartoonists can still learn from the famous James Gillray – that's why I've chosen to honour him

Gillray was not just one of the greatest satirical cartoonists to have lived, but one of Britain's greatest artists in any genre. I hope my portrait bust does him sufficient justice, writes Dave Brown

November 17 2021


Five things we learned from the father of the political cartoon [James Gillray]

David Francis Taylor

June 1, 2015


Review: 'Cowboy Bebop,' Minus the Art

By Mike Hale

A version of this article appears in print on Nov. 20, 2021, Section C, Page 1 of the New York edition with the headline: Take a Western, Add Noir Then Subtract Animation.


Scarlett Johansson Touts "Positive Impact" of 'Black Widow' Lawsuit, Kevin Feige Teases "Top-Secret" Marvel Project With Her as Producer

"I feel mostly very fortunate that nobody will have to go through what I went through," the star said before an American Cinematheque tribute in her honor.

Chris Gardner

November 19, 2021


'Groo the Wanderer' Eyed for Animation Adaptation (Exclusive)

Entrepreneur Josh Jones has acquired the animated film and television rights to the long-running comedic comic from legendary Spanish cartoonist Sergio Aragon├ęs.

Borys Kit

November 19, 2021


'He Will Be Cartooning in Heaven'

Artist and Straus News contributor Peter Pereira dies at 59

Alexis Gelber

| 19 Nov 2021


Peter G. Pereira – RIP

 by D. D. Degg

November 19, 2021


 Calvin And Hobbes Rare Teaching Book On Auction Today

by Jeremy Konrad

November 19, 2021


9th Annual Guest Jumbler Week

 by D. D. Degg

November 20, 2021


Chip Zdarsky unleashes pure Kingpin hell in Devil's Reign!

Andrew Sumner

Forbidden Planet TV Nov 16, 2021


Disney Archivist | Cool Library Jobs

by Mahnaz Dar

Nov 09, 2021


Bart Beaty shares how comic studies can teach us about our minds and cultures

University of Calgary  Nov 8, 2021


Tim Pilcher, New Comics Head Of Showmasters' London Film & Comic Con

by Rich Johnston

 November 20, 2021


TKO Studios Launches TKO Rogue Imprint to Publish Novels

by Adi Tantimedh

November 20, 2021


Taking Humor Seriously: George Meyer, the funniest man behind the funniest show on TV [The Simpsons]

By David Owen

March 5, 2000; March 13, 2000 Issue


Jeremy Renner Takes Aim at TV in 'Hawkeye' and 'Mayor of Kingstown'

The "Avengers" star has two new streaming series: one based on his Marvel superhero character and another that recalls his gritty roles in "The Hurt Locker" and "The Town."

By Dave Itzkoff

A version of this article appears in print on Nov. 21, 2021, Section AR, Page 13 of the New York edition with the headline: He Delights in Showing His Range


Draw a line on cartoons [Michael Ramirez letters]

Jessica Peterson and P.A. Franklin

Washington Post November 20 2021 p. A17,

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