In memory of 1960s underground comix artists Skip Williamson and Jay Lynch, Michael Dooley explores some of their most distinctive work.
Mirko Ilic is one of the most renowned designers alive today. Explore work from his lesser-known career as a comic book creator.
On what would be his 100th birthday, Michael Dooley celebrates the art, writing and impact of comics icon Will Eisner.
R. Sikoryak talks about his forthcoming book "Terms and Conditions: The Graphic Novel" (Drawn & Quarterly).
In the '60s, Charmers greeting cards (drawn in the Nebbish style) lightly insulted the receiver while showing off the passive aggressive wit of the sender.
Explore the covers and illustrations of the master of horror comics, Bernie Wrightson, who recently retired, leaving a legacy of visceral and iconic work.
Steven Heller talks with John Cuneo, illustrator and author of "Not Waving But Drawing" (Fantagraphics Underground).
Check out printed covers, artwork and insights from CARtoons magazine, the subject of two L.A.-area exhibitions.
In light of the recent news about civil rights icon and Congressman John Lewis, Michael Dooley explores a compelling graphic novelization of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s biography.
This New York City Subway train wrapped completely in Mark Alan Stamaty cartoons presents an outside-the-box approach to advertising.