The Presidential candidate may be convenient for cheap laughs, but Harvey Kurtzman’s Trump, a witty graphic humor magazine, deserves our serious respect.
Check out an interview from San Diego Comic-Con with comic artist David Petersen, known for his comic series Mouse Guard.
Why should designers spend their time at comic book conventions? Find out in this comic-con guide.
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.
Kids these days, with their violence and gunplay and perverse sex. We’d all be so much better if only they didn’t have access to those video games and that nasty music and those awful movies and blah blah blah. Thus goes the scapegoating just as it always has. Back in the early 1950s, comic...
One of the most significant comics events during San Diego Comic-Con this week isn’t even part of the official program. It’s the “Wonder Women: On and Off Paper” exhibition.
The Comics Arts Conference is an amalgamation of comics scholars, professionals, critics, and historians. Join this discussion of the relevance of The Comics Arts Conference and the debate on whether or not Bruce Wayne has a psychological disorder.
Peter Kuper’s seen it all. And he wants us to see it, too. So he draws it for us in comic books.
Meaghan O’Keefe is among her people. She’s in a comics shop in Burbank, California, at a release party for her first graphic novel, a dark terror tale titled Identity Thief, written by Bryant Dillon. Most of the crowd are wearing goth black. A few are sporting Mohawks, including her boyfriend, Robert Burrows. Burrows illustrated...
I first met Cecilia “C.S.” Pego in Artists’ Alley at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. A native of Mexico City, she was there to promote her new graphic novel, Exilia: The Invisible Path. I found it visually stunning, not to mention a welcome relief from all the soulless superhero stuff. In the first half of our...