The first TRUMP to make us laugh was TRUMP magazine—a humor title edited by the satiric genius Harvey Kurtzman.
Michael Dooley looks at illustrations and editorial design in Duke Magazine, the first "Playboy" for black Americans.
In light of the recently-released Deadpool movie, Michael Dooley showcases work from some of the best Deadpool comics arists.
In this PRINT exclusive, Michael Dooley showcases work from Comic Book Apocalypse: The Graphic World of Jack Kirby.
The Presidential candidate may be convenient for cheap laughs, but Harvey Kurtzman’s Trump, a witty graphic humor magazine, deserves our serious respect.
These two recently released comics-based biographies of cartoonists are the firsts of their kind, and combined, they cover around 100 comics pioneers.
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?
At a time before cable television and the internet, "Mad Magazine" truly ruled and paved the way for "National Lampoon" and Saturday Night Live.
Peter Kuper’s seen it all. And he wants us to see it, too. So he draws it for us in comic books.
No doubt about it: Al Capp engaged in depraved behavior. Most disgraceful was his attempted rape of a number of women, from college co-eds to Grace Kelly. And, as the interview below suggests, there may be more. Capp also created Li’l Abner, once one of America’s most acclaimed comic strips. It began in 1934,...