These two recently released comics-based biographies of cartoonists are the firsts of their kind, and combined, they cover around 100 comics pioneers.
Why should designers spend their time at comic book conventions? Find out in this comic-con guide.
I have found long forgotten correspondence. The letters, cards and envelopes in this post are from my Times years.
Fortunato Depero enlivened the universe with his comical figurative abstractions. Explore his work.
Comics expert Michael Dooley talks with acclaimed visual artists Trevor Goring and Aaron Sowd about the process of creating storyboards and comics - across print to digital media.
Ellen Shapiro uncovers how famous illustrator Elwood Smith actually used the "Famous Artists School" to help get his start.
At the L.A. Times Festival of Books a few weeks back, graphic novelists took part in a riveting discussion, answering the following: What other cartoonists have inspired you? What’s the value of higher education for comics artists? And what’s up with the future of digital comics?
In The Winter Brothers v. DC Comics, two musicians sued the comic book company for a Jonah Hex parody that made their likenesses into worm monster villains.
In 1977 a new illustration credit appeared on the Letters and OpEd pages of The New York Times. S. Harmon wasn't doing anything new. It was the same collage style that Surrealist and Dada collagists had done decades before. Take a look at the work of this forgotten illustrator.
Cartoonist-writer-editor Bhob Stewart's death erupts a flood of memories for Imprint contributor Michael Dooley.