Friday, May 31, 2024

Flugennock's Latest'n'Greatest: "Live From Rafah"

"Live From Rafah"

Except for the occasional break to smear and low-key threaten the 
anti-genocide movements, MSNBC has been almost wall-to-wall with 
coverage of the trial of former El Presidente Donald Trump for paying 
off a porn actress to keep quiet about an affair.

Yep, that's it — not anything he was responsible for in Bolivia, or 
Syria, or Yemen, or Venezuela, or for militarizing the southern 
border, or for the piss-poor Covid response, or the instigation of 
fascist violence, or basically for any actual serious crimes that the 
Democrats happily funded, helped him out with and cheered him on as he 
did it — just the hush money for the porn actress.

And, as one could predict by now, MSNBC's punditocracy — and the US 
media at large — has been creaming its panties in front of god and 
everybody nearly non-stop since last night.

Mike Flugennock, Political Cartoons:
Mike's press kit:

New York Crime Boss Convicted by Daniel Boris

Thursday, May 30, 2024

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 5/30/2024

How the Kremlin uses comics to glorify its war in Ukraine

Sandro Gvindadze,

BBC Monitoring,May 29 2024


Comics across the Pond: Exploring a century of US-UK cartoonist collaboration

Published 29 May 2024 By Ian Mansfield London exhibitions


TokyoPop Joins Marvel, IDW, Dark Horse At Penguin Random House

Manga publisher TokyoPop has announced that it has joined Marvel, IDW, and Dark Horse at Penguin Random House Publishing Services.

 Wed, 29 May 2024
by Rich Johnston


Meet a Long-Unsung Cartoonist Who Paved the Way for Disney

A new show at Florida's NSU Art Museum celebrates the influential illustrator Louis M. Glackens.

by Tim Brinkhof

May 20, 2024


Coca-Cola Create Marvel "Covers" With Guardians, Cable & Deadpool

On Monday, Bleeding Cool broke the news that Marvel comic book titles will include a promotion from Coca-Cola, and they have done.

Rich Johnston 

29 May 2024


Bringing the 'Mary Worth' world to life; Alumna Karen Moy pens the stories for long-running soap opera comic strip

By Eric Coker

BingUNews MAY 29, 2024



A History Of Comic Strip Animated Adaptations



Book review: Robert Williams: Conversations, ed. by Joseph R. Givens and Darius A. Spieth

reviewed by John A. Lent



Joseph R. Givens and Darius A. Spieth, eds. Robert Williams:  Conversations. Jackson, MS:  University Press of Mississippi, 2023. 183 pp. US $25.00 (Paperback). ISBN:  978-1-4968-4403-3.


Pixar, struggling for a new strategy, predictably turns to reboots, sequels, and "mass appeal"

Pixar has had a tough few years, so now its looking to mine its IP for easy success

Mary Kate Carr

AV Club May 30 2024


Disney Is Banking On Sequels to Help Get Pixar Back on Track

After duds and missteps, the famed animation studio sees Inside Out 2 as key to restoring the magic.

By Thomas Buckley

May 30, 2024

Robot Dreams animates New York City hustle without saying a word
Pablo Berger's Oscar-nominated animated daydream is an episodic tale of friendship deferred
Matt Schimkowitz
AV Club May 30 2024

Q with Tom Power

Geoff McFetridge, Aminder Dhaliwal


Phil Yeh, godfather of graphic novels, to make stops in Santa Cruz

By Nick Sestanovich |

May 20, 2024


D&Q to debut English edition of Sanpei Shirato's THE LEGEND OF KAMUI in January 2025

Check out a 13-page preview of this iconic manga series, coming in English in January 2025 from Drawn & Quarterly

By D. Morris -05/07/2024


The Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration has just found its perfect home

With the help of the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration is set to move into London's historic New River Head buildings. And the artist himself couldn't be happier.

Dom Carter

16 May 2024


'Rick and Morty' Team Lands Adult Animated Series at Netflix; 'The Undervale,' created by Matt Roller, counts Dan Harmon among its executive producers.


MAY 30, 2024


New 'Dog Man' Book and Film Announced

By Emma Kantor

May 30, 2024


Comics Are Ready to Get Retro

Comics publishers capitalize on nostalgia with titles that tie into decades-old media properties

By Shaenon K. Garrity

May 24, 2024

A version of this article appeared in the 05/27/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: Retro Graphics


6 Comics That Rock Out

A playlist of graphic novel tie-ins to musical acts and albums

By Shaenon K. Garrity

A version of this article appeared in the 05/27/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: Music to the Eyes

May 24, 2024


MrBallen Makes a Strange, Dark, and Mysterious Graphic Novel

PW talks with John B. Allen—aka YouTuber and podcast host MrBallen—about the graphic novel adapted from his viral stories

By Shaenon K. Garrity

May 24, 2024

A version of this article appeared in the 05/27/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: Gather Around the Campfire


7 Comics That Call for Extra Popcorn

As film and streaming studios scout comics of all genres for development, graphic novels also take inspiration from cinema—well beyond capes and tights.

By Shaenon K. Garrity

A version of this article appeared in the 05/27/2024 issue of Publishers Weekly under the headline: Comics Blockbusters

May 24, 2024

Animation Indie Studio Unagi Opens in Montreal
By Mercedes Milligan
May 29, 2024

Can A Terminally Ill Man Landing On Mars Save The Human Race? [Traveling To Mars Kickstarter Spotlight with Mark Russell]
Jace -The Comic Source
May 28, 2024

Graphic artist Miriam Libicki has been banned by Vancouver Comics Arts Festival due to her past service in the IDF
Canadian Jewish News May 29, 2024
By Sam Margolis

NANCY cartoonist Olivia Jaimes announces hiatus with a cavalcade of guests holding down the fort
First guest artist at bat will be the award-winning cartoonist Caroline Cash
Dean Simons

Warner Bros. Japan announces Batman Ninja vs. Yakuza League anime film
Sequel to 2018 Batman Ninja film features returning staff, cast
Humberto Saabedra

Amazon Orders Animated Comedy From Aubrey Plaza
'Kevin' is written by the 'Parks and Recreation' grad and 'Big Mouth' alum Joe Wengert, with the latter set as showrunner.
Lesley Goldberg
May 30, 2024

Brilliance—A Comic Memoir
Words By Juaquin Mobley, Art By Amalas Rosa

Drawn to Beauty: Vince Colletta - Life and Art
Franklin Colletta
The Black Spring Press Group, 2024

June 7: Zinemaking at Temperance Alley Garden

Join DC Zinefest at Temperance Alley Garden for an evening of zinemaking! This event is FREE and open to the public. No experience is needed and materials are provided.

Event Details:
  • When: Friday, June 7, 6–8pm
  • Where: Temperance Alley Garden (1909 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20009)
  • COVID: Masks strongly encouraged
  • Accessibility: Uneven terrain, limited seating provided
Hope to see you there!

- Eve & DC Zinefest

Nothing To See Here! by Daniel Boris

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 5/29/2024


Posted by Milton Griepp on May 29, 2024


R.I.P. TOM LUTH, Longtime 'Groo' Colorist

 Brigid Alverson on May 28, 2024


Writing Insights from the Drawing Board--An Interview with Artist and Author Bob Eckstein

Tiffany Yates Martin
May 23, 2024


The Way of an Author and Illustrator: Finding Inspiration in Art Featuring Bob Eckstein

  Freelance Writing Direct with Estelle Erasmus

  May 16, 2024 


10 of the Weirdest, Wildest Museum Stories You'll Ever Read

Illustrator Bob Eckstein shares his favorite strange stories from some of the world's most famous museums.

by Bob Eckstein May 22, 2024



Chip Zdarsky weighs in on the pros and cons of comic book adaptations

We talk with the comic book artist and writer who has penned issues of Batman, Spider-Man, and Daredevil (and Howard the Duck) for both DC and Marvel.

Garrett Bohlmann

May 23, 2024, Https://Www.Houstonpublicmedia.Org/Articles/Shows/Houston-Matters/2024/05/23/488421/Chip-Zdarsky-Weighs-In-On-The-Pros-And-Cons-Of-Comic-Book-Adaptations/ 


Exclusive: Singapore's Difference Engine publishing makes its international debut in June

Benjamin Chee and Wayne Rée's 'Work-Life Balance' leads the publisher's slate of releases for June 25

By Christian Angeles -05/29/2024


INTERVIEW: Series editor Owen Johnson reflects on the journey and legacy of BEST OF 2000 AD

"It's always about raising awareness of 2000 AD as a British institution that is relevant and has real cultural value globally"

By Dean Simons -05/29/2024


Comic Store In Your Future – Comic Book Shopping Etiquette

"Even after over thirteen years of owning Rodman Comics and thinking I have seen it all, I am still proved wrong."

  28 May 2024  

by Rod Lamberti



John Kelly | May 29, 2024



Tegan O'Neil | May 29, 2024

Veteran director, comic strip creator Carlo J. Caparas passes away
By HERMES JOY TUNAC, GMA Integrated News
Published May 26, 2024

Book review: Comics and Modernism: History, Form, and Culture ed, by Jonathan Najarian
reviewed by John A. Lent
International Journal of Comic Art blog  May 29, 2024

Jonathan Najarian, ed. Comics and Modernism:  History, Form, and Culture. Jackson, MS:  University Press of Mississippi, 2024.

Fischbach, Sarah. 2024. Academic integrity graphic novel mini-cases [single panel cartoons taking the place of graphs]. International Journal for Educational Integrity 20, 5. and

Seaver College Professor Sarah Fischbach Publishes Graphic Novel to Engage Students on the Topic of Academic Integrity
May 17, 2024
David Holden

In its 23rd year, the East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention continues to amplify Black creators, stories
On Saturday, attendees of all ages enjoyed panel discussions, workshops and a comic book marketplace at Temple University's Student and Faculty Center.
    Emily Neil
    May 18, 2024

I just started reading comics on the iPad Pro OLED — and it's a game changer
By Tony Polanco
  May 19, 2024

7 Queer, Eisner-Nominated Comic Books and Graphic Novels You Should Read
These acclaimed LGBTQ+ books that are just begging to be on your bookshelf.
By Samantha Riedel
May 17, 2024

A charming, funny graphic novel [Ghost Book; Remy Lai]
By Christine Yunn-Yu Sun

Don Perlin Talks Charlton Comics
A Previously Unpublished 2007 Interview
Daniel Best
Daniel Best - Author (May 28, 2024):

#8 Monday Morning Musings: Brian Postman 1958-2024 [Marvel Comics artist obituary].
Daniel Best
Daniel Best - Author (May 13, 2024):

April 1966: An Evening With Batman & Robin
The Australian Premiere Came Complete With Batman and Robin
Daniel Best
Daniel Best - Author (May 30, 2024):

Guelph's Seth to be featured on new Canada Post stamp [audio]
Craig Norris, host of CBC Kitchener-Waterloo's The Morning Edition,

Guelph cartoonist Seth 'flabbergasted' to be included in new stamp series
'I did not expect that at any point I'd end up on a stamp,' Seth says
Craig Norris,
CBC News · May 19, 2024

Madame Web's Netflix Success Sends a Clear Message About the Future of Superhero Movies
By Timothy Blake Donohoo
CBR May 26 2024

Brad Guigar: My life in comics
Does anyone remember the Print vs. Web wars?
Brad Guigar and Daisy
May 29, 2024

He-Man and me
40 years ago, "Masters of the Universe" dominated boys' lives with a cartoon show and a bevy of toys that featured a jacked-up hero who was much more than he seemed.
Perspective by Michael Andor Brodeur
Classical music critic
Washington Post May 29, 2024 : C1-3
online at

What He-Man teaches we, men.
By Shane O'Neill
Washington Post Style Memo May 29 2024

Shueisha launches JUMP TOON vertical scrolling comics platform
Shueisha "jumps" into vertical comics against Piccoma and WEBTOON
Humberto Saabedra

INTERVIEW AVEC CAVAN SCOTT & GEORGE MANN - La Tribune de Coruscant [Star Wars]
La Tribune de Coruscant
 May 20, 2024

Dallas and Anne
Creator Interview: Jason Aaron
The Comics Collective
May 27 2024

An Interview with Jason Aaron about TMNT, writing, and working at Marvel
Badr Milligan and Cesar
The Short Box Podcast: A Comic Book Talk Show
 May 22, 2024

The Future of Digital Comics: An Interview with Omnibus CEO: Travis Schmeisser
Badr Milligan
The Short Box Podcast: A Comic Book Talk Show 429, May 29, 2024




Wednesday, May 29, 2024

WaPo's music critic's complicated love for He-Man

He-Man and me

40 years ago, "Masters of the Universe" dominated boys' lives with a cartoon show and a bevy of toys that featured a jacked-up hero who was much more than he seemed.

Perspective by
Classical music critic
Washington Post May 29, 2024 : C1-3

What He-Man teaches we, men.
By Shane O'Neill
Washington Post Style Memo May 29 2024

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 5/28/2024

Panini UK Moves On From Marvel Comics To Launch Panini Manga

At MCM London Comic Con, Panini unveiled a new publishing line, separate from Marvel, Panini Manga UK, with Disney titles.

27 May 2024 

 Rich Johnston


Neil Gaiman's Coraline to become 'dark, spangly' stage musical

Playwright Zinnie Harris and composer Louis Barabbas's adaptation of the novel will open at Leeds Playhouse and tour in 2025

Mark Fisher

21 May 2024


Julie Larson – RIP

D. D. Degg


Julie Harris Larson, 62

Thursday, August 18, 2022


Now Marvel And Coca-Cola Have Something For The Comic Books

On Wednesday, Marvel comic book titles will include the following ad from Coca-Cola, featuring nothing but a QR code...

 27 May 2024

 Rich Johnston|

Coca-Cola x Marvel: The Heroes


Apr 8, 2024


"What's Up With COVID and How to Protect Yourself: 2024 Edition" © 2024 by Hazel Newlevant is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0


Chris Jericho's 'The Painmaker' Graphic Novel Is Now Available

May 17, 2024

By Hamish Woodward


Interview: Jonathan Hedrick and Francesca Fantini Will Have You Asking, 'Can I Scream?'

Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen

May 20, 2024

Don Perlin, Comic Book Artist Who Found Success Late, Dies at 94. His Moon Knight was a hit in the 1970s, 30 years after he began his career. Bloodshot, another popular superhero, followed two decades later [in print as Don Perlin, 94, a Creator of Modern Superheroes].

By George Gene Gustines

New York Times May 28 2024: A24

Online at



The writer talks about his new 3W/3M story with Stipan Morian and the dangerous game played on Heir.

3 Worlds / 3 Moons

May 29, 2024


An Interview With Keith Williams

Plus other words you can't live without.

Keith Champagne

New Pain Productions Substack May 28, 2024


'The Garfield Movie' Director Mark Dindal On The Journey Of Bringing An Icon To Screen

By Cole Delaney | 05/27/2024 and


Lizzo Reacts to 'South Park' Joke Naming Ozempic Alternative After Her: "My Worst Fear"

The special, 'South Park: The End of Obesity,' features a medication commercial for a fake weight loss drug called Lizzo.

Carly Thomas

May 26, 2024


The Crow's chart-topping soundtrack was just as influential as the movie itself

Filled with industrial and grunge tracks, the carefully curated album also played out on screen.

Craig D. Lindsey

AV Club May 28 2024


HELLBOY celebrates 30 years with candle and loteria

Kelas Lloyd



EC Comics is returning after 68 years - and so is its iconic lettering font & style, with a 21st century upgrade

Chris Arrant

Popverse May 23, 2024


Local Comic Shop Day is moving dates in 2024 (and may be canceled), as organizers look for changes

  Chris Arrant

Popverse  May 28, 2024


Flota, Brian, Mara L. Thacker, & Jason Larsen. 2024. Sustainable Futures for Comics Collecting. Technical Services Quarterly, 1–17. and


King, Jess D. & Alison M. Bobal. 2024. A Building Block of Empathy: Establishing a Graphic Medicine Collection in an Academic Health Sciences Library. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 43(2), 95–105. and


Freeman, Rebecca & McKenzie M. Lemhouse. 2023. Adding Color to Our Shelves: Creating a Graphic Novel Collection at USC Lancaster. Technical Services Quarterly, 40(3), 129–139. and

Obituaries: Tony Weare ["Matt Marriott'' comic strip; UK]
 20 December 1994
The Independent.

Unknown. 1994.
Tony Weare [obituary]
The Daily Telegraph (December 22)

Holland, Steve. 1995.
English Cartoonist Weare Dead.

Comics Journal (174; February): 34

Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Very Brilliantly Idiotic by Daniel Boris

Troy-Jeffrey Allen interviews Jonathan Hedrick and Francesca Fantini

Interview: Jonathan Hedrick and Francesca Fantini Will Have You Asking, 'Can I Scream?'

Interview by Troy-Jeffrey Allen

Censorship, the Comic Book, and Seduction of the Innocent at 70: A Roundtable Discussion

Censorship, the Comic Book, and Seduction of the Innocent at 70: A Roundtable Discussion

Date/Time: Thursday, June 6, 2024, 12-1pm Eastern Time

Zoom Registration Link:

In 1954, psychiatrist Fredric Wertham published Seduction of the Innocent: The Influence of Comic Books on Today's Youth, a book that cemented his role as America's most prominent critic of comic books. At the time, comic books were near the peak of their popularity, with titles like Batman, Superman, and Captain Marvel selling as many as 1.5 million copies per month. The content of those comics was also entirely unregulated. Writing amid a moral panic that Wertham himself helped create, Seduction of the Innocent almost immediately helped spur the formation of the Comics Code Authority, which dramatically reshaped the nation's comic book industry.

Join staff of the Manuscript and Serial & Government Publications divisions for a roundtable discussion with three comic studies scholars who will make brief presentations on current research, and discuss Wertham's anti-comics legacy and its afterlives in more recent clashes over representations of race and sexuality in comics and graphic novels.

Panelists will include:

  • Margaret Galvan, Assistant Professor of visual rhetoric, Department of English, University of Florida
  • Carol Tilley, Associate Professor, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Qiana J. Whitted, Professor of English and African American Studies, University of South Carolina

The panel will be moderated by Josh Levy of the Library's Manuscript Division and Megan Halsband of the Serial and Government Publications Division, who will briefly highlight the Fredric Wertham Papers and the Library's vast collections of comic books and zines. Join us to reflect on race, gender and representation, visual culture and archives, and Wertham's anti-comics crusade seven decades on.

The event will take place online only on Thursday, June 6, 2024, 12 pm-1 pm EDT, but will be available later as a recording on the Library of Congress website. Register for the program here.

Please request ADA accommodations at least five business days in advance by contacting (202) 707-6362 or

Comics Research Bibliography citations update, 5/27/2024

Richard Sherman, Songwriter of Many Spoonfuls of Sugar, Dies at 95

By Anita Gates

New York Times May 27, 2024: :B5

online at


Jordan D White, New Editor of Venom/Symbiote & Hulk Comics At Marvel

Jordan D White was the X-Men editor during the Krakoan Age. But now that Tom Brevoort is taking over, what's happening to Jordan?

26 May 2024

by Rich Johnston


Source - Notes in the History of Art, Volume 43, Issue 2

The Scholarship of Comics: In Memoriam, David Kunzle (1936–2024)


    Editor's Note: Of Kunzle, Kids, and Komix

        Arne R. Flaten

    pp. 67–76

    Recycling as Reinvention in Early American Sunday Comics: Rudolph Dirks, R. F. Outcault, and the European Masters

        Christine Mugnolo

    pp. 77–88

    Back to Fumetti?

        Jan Baetens

    pp. 89–99

    The Batman TV Series (1966–68) and Its Impact on Batman Comic Books

        Ian Gordon

    pp. 100–110

    Heaven Official's Blessing: BL Culture and the Integration of Chinese Traditional Art Style in Web Comics

        Feixue Mei

    pp. 111–121

    On the Border in a Belgian Comic

        Mark McKinney

    pp. 122–132

    Colleen Doran Illustrates Neil Gaiman

        Kim A. Munson

    pp. 133–142

    Comics, Polyrepresentation, and the Limits of Representation

        Rik Spanjers

    pp. 143–151

    The Critique of the Modern Art Museum in Four Colors: Anna Haifisch's The Artist x MoMA [Germany]

        Helene L. Bongers

    pp. 152–162



The Disney+ Kingdom


Essays on Nostalgia, Representation and Branding

Edited by David Whitt and John Perlich

McFarland 2024


Acknowledgments vi


John Perlich and David Whitt 1

Navigating the Worst of Times: Nostalgia on Disney+

Rhema F. White 5

Ducks Fly Together: A Look at Disney+ as a Facilitator of Nostalgia and Transportation

Kristi Gatto 17

Recognizing the Princess as a Plus: Tracing as an Ideograph for Contemporary Representation and Progressive Revisions

Erika M. Thomas and Mindy Burnett 33

Doogie Kameāloha, M.D.: Gen Z to AAPI Direct Marketing and Its Effects on Native Hawaiians

Samantha Tecson 52

"Stick to the Status Quo" or the "Start of Something New"? Exploring the Highs and Lows of Disney+'s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series

Lori Bindig Yousman 70

When the World Finally Sees Us: The Coming Out of the High School Musical Franchise

Jennessa Hester 88

Exploring Disney's Portrayal of Jessica Jones and ­She-Hulk as Complex Women Characters

Newly Paul and Gwendelyn S. Nisbett 103

Is Marvel a Transnational Revisionist Actor? Interpreting Change in the MCU ­Post-Blip "Real World"

Pablo A. Sánchez-Rodríguez 120

"This is the Way.": Reimagining Star Wars in the Revisionism of The Mandalorian

Raymond Blanton 137

A Great Disturbance… Andor, Diversity, and Representation in the Star Wars Universe

John Perlich and Tim Baird 155

Behind My Attraction: A Disney World Autoethnography

David Whitt 171


Olivia Jaimes to Take a Leave from Nancy

D. D. Degg


Toronto Comics Arts Festival (TCAF) 2024 (May 10 - 12th) - 29 Pictures

Jamie Coville's MP3 Files


Maurice Vellekoop: I'm So Glad We Had This Time Together (1:01:32, 140.0mb)

interviewed by Rachel Giese.


Artists Talk on Grants: How to Get Them and How to Use Them (1:05:34, 150.0mb)


Moderated by Allison O'Toole, panelists were Josh Rosen, Victoria Day and Steven Andrews.


Indy Comics: Now More Than Ever! With Avi Ehrlich (59:45, 136mb)


Allison O'Toole interviews Avi Ehrlich of Silver Sprocket


Creative Law 101 with Michael Duboff (1:04:22, 147mb)



Workshop: Memory into Mini-Comics (37:21, 85.5mb)

Lara Antal  


State of the Industry Roundtable (1:03:06, 144mb)


On the panel was Alexander Finbow, Tracy Hurren, Avi Ehrlich and Andy Brown. The panel was moderated by MJ Lyons.


Canada Post Graphic Novel Stamp Panel (1:07:56, 155mb)


Miles Baker did the introduction, then Carrie Chisholm from Canada Post announced they made new stamps with Seth, Jillian & Mariko Tamaki, Chester Brown and Michel Rabagliati based on their books Clyde Fans, This One Summer, Louis Riel and Paul à Québe


Gleem: Freddy Carrasco Spotlight (55:53, 127mb)

Ho Che Anderson interviews Freddy Carrasco about his book Gleem


Gene Luen Yang Spotlight (45:18, 103mb)

moderator Mark Askwith


Raeghan Buchanan - Drawing History out of Obscurity (51:18, 117mb)


Joe Matt Tribute (50:27, 115mb)

Panelists were Chris Oliveros, Adrian Tomine, Seth, Chester Brown and Jeet Heer.


Ask a (Comics) Librarian (57:03, 130mb)

On the panel was Natalie DeJonghe, Tina Coleman, Lindsay Gibb, Scott Robins, Fatma Faraji, Dr. Lucia Cedeira Serantes and Amie Wright (moderator).


Paneled Rheum - Art, Comics and Sequential Narrative (55:03, 126mb)


Moderated by Jessica Campbell, the panelists were Thijs Desmet, Kit Anderson, Aiden Koch and Kristen Hatfield.


Keith Knight Spotlight (58:11, 133mb)



Laugh Riot - Humour in Comics: Parody, Satire and Commentary (55:24, 126mb)

Creators Jade Armstrong, Mitch Lohmeier, Thom, Rick Altergott and eventually Keith Knight talk to Robert Sikoryak.  


Deni Loubert Spotlight (54:37, 125mb)

Deni was interviewed by Dr. Rebecca Sullivan about Starting Renegade Press,  


Toronto Comicon 2024 (March 15 - 17th) - 9 Pictures

Jamie Coville's MP3 Files


Sketch Duel: Mike Rooth vs. Hugh Rookwood (and vs. Jay Fosgitt) (39:50, 91.2mb)

The Moderator was JM Clark.


Larry F. Houston Spotlight (44:24, 101mb)


 Interviewing Larry was Victor Dandridge. Larry spoke about his career in animation with a lot of focus on the 1992 X-Men cartoon.


Sketch Duel: Casey Parsons vs. Chris Compana (47:06, 107mb)

The panel was moderated by Martin Duncan.


Opinion: Alcaraz has parallels with pioneering 19th-century cartoonist Thomas Nast; Both took on reactionary forces who wanted to preserve White dominance of America [letters]

Herman Baca

May 15, 2024


'Unapologetically Rhode Island': Creator Will Henry on why 'Wallace the Brave' is so special

Providence Journal


Humans: Jeff McIntyre creates graphic novels that are accessible for all [Canada]

By Mat Dicsi

May 14, 2024


Learn how to become an astrobiologist in new issue of NASA's graphic novel series

By Jeff Spry

May 15, 2024


Book Reviews: The Jellyfish by Boum; Robin Lang and Helge Dascher (trans.) [Graphic medicine, Canada]

Andrew Woodrow-Butcher


Interview: MAN WITH A MISSION North American Tour 2024

The Beat sits down with the band ahead of their US-Mexico headline tour [anime music]

Adam Wescott



IDEAS DON'T BLEED episode eighty-nine | Jordan Thomas, part one

May 27, 2024


The pretty and poisonous worlds of Webtoon creator Lee Yone

Adam takes a deep dive into the Surviving Romance creator

Adam Wescott



Before Lee Yone: MISS GUILLOTINE, Gaje and Lezhin Comics

Adam Wescott closes out his deep dive on Lee Yone by revealing her pre-WEBTOON output

Adam Wescott



Webtoonist interview - Gajae <Miss. Guillotine>

임하빈 | 2019-12-13 12:44


A Walk Across Northampton to visit Alan Moore with Iain Sinclair (4K)

John Rogers

 May 26, 2024


Kim Kardashian and Ye's Daughter North West Performs 'Lion King' Song at Disney Celebration

Ryan Gajewski

May 25, 2024


Damon Lindelof Working on Green Lanterns TV Series

'Ozark' showrunner Chris Mundy and comics author Tom King are also part of the creative team, James Gunn announced Saturday.

Borys Kit

May 25, 2024


'Flow' Review: An Enchanting Eco-Fable About Community That Makes Artisanal Magic Out of 3D Animation. Latvian director Gints Zilbalodis' second feature tails a cat that bands together with other animals on a survival journey following a cataclysmic flood.

David Rooney

May 24, 2024