Pantera Bionda was an Italian comics series launched in 1948, featuring Ms. Bionda ("Blonde Panther"), a jungle girl with a sisterly resemblance to Sheena of the Jungle.
Valnoir's new book "Fire Work With Me" is not for everyone, but everyone should take a look.
During every presidential race, AIGA launches a campaign for members to use their design expertise to motivate the public to vote.
"The Open Conspiracy" was an anthology of writings and cartoons from the underground press on how the world could and must change course.
Bathroom humor has long been a mainstay of American politics, and the latest in this tradition is a limited-edition doggie poop bag with a handsome portrait of the Donald by Robert Grossman.
Steven Heller's top three picks for the week: Deborah Sussman and Seymour Chwast docs; SVA's Type as Language workshop; and Venture16: Entrepreneurship Unfolded.
The notorious French anarchist-cartoonist Maurice Sinet, who signed his art Siné, died on Thursday at age 87. Michael Dooley explores his lifetime of provocative cartoons.
During World War II, RCA Victor instituted a company-wide campaign to "Beat the Promise."
Seymour Chwast unveils a new Kickstarter book: "At War With War."
Steven Heller reflects on a famous Fact magazine headline, and ponders how it resonates today.