Graphic designer Craig Yoe is a man on a mission: to preserve for future generations the works of lesser known comic book creators and rare efforts by well-known cartoonists. It’s a cause Yoe pursues with almost religious zeal, and he’s using the book division of his and Clizia Gussoni’s design company, Yoe Studio, to...
Steven Heller interviews Drew Friedman, author of "More Heroes of the Comics."
Mexico has a rich history of satire and slapstick humor. We need more things like "Don Timorato" in these witless times.
Comic book icon Trina Robbins has launched a Kickstarter to fund her pet passion project called Dope.
Steven Brower offers up a sampling of historical political cartoons from the U.S. that seem familiar in the current election.
Milton Glaser and Lee Savage's "Mickey Mouse in Vietnam" was but one of many pieces of art that not only protested but showed the price of the war.
On July 27, Jack Davis, one of the most prolific and influential cartoonists and illustrators of the second half of the twentieth century, passed away.
Michael Dooley showcases work by "wonder women"—that is, female comic writers and artists—from this year's San Diego Comic Con.
The 1968 Olympics in Mexico City was the most politically charged athletic spectacular since the 1936 Games in Hitler's Berlin.
Dooley digs into the ways Midcentury California artists exploited and drew influence from comics like Flash Gordon with adventurous vitality.